Google’s official advice for website owners emphasises that website should remain active during the pandemic.
An important step, Google says, is to not disable your website altogether. Although business owners might find it tempting to turn off their websites to avoid paying fees or disappoint customers they can’t serve, Google says that this might harm your website rankings when the site it brought back online.
Turning your site off “is an extreme measure that should only be taken for a very short period of time (a few days at most), as it will otherwise have significant effects on the website in Search, even when implemented properly,” wrote John Mueller, a trends analyst at Google, in a blogpost.
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It’s not suitable for keeping two “live” accounts in sync, but for our purposes should be used, after the email has been pointed at our servers, and you need to ensure your old email is not lost when your old provider turns off the service.
The other option is simply to drag and drop folders in your desktop email software from the old account to the new account. This is perfectly fine but you do need to ensure you copy all the folders and don’t miss any.