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Gmail continues to crash, many mail senders bounce back

Thursday, December 17, 2020 06:41 AM (GMT + 7)

On Monday, a number of Google apps and websites like YouTube, Drive, Gmail and others stopped working.

This incident left a large number of global users unable to communicate, stream video, … Google then blamed the problem because “the authentication system stopped working for about 45 minutes due to the problem. Quota issue of internal memory ”. Now, Bloomberg reports that, for the second day in a row, a large number of users were unable to access Gmail due to technical problems.

This came shortly after a Google spokesperson said: “We apologize to all affected people and we will conduct a thorough review to ensure this issue cannot happen again in the past. future”. Basically, after the statement was made, the problem recurred. Gmail users, after sending the email, will receive a response message saying “Your mail was not sent to (email) because the address could not be found or the mail cannot be received”.

A second issue was reported for Gmail at 4:29 a.m. on December 16, Vietnam time. On the Google Status Dashboard, the company writes: “We know the Gmail issue affected a significant group of users. Affected users can access Gmail but see error messages, high latency and / or other undesirable behavior.

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After about 2 hours 22 minutes, Google posted a message: “The problem with Gmail has been resolved. We apologize for the inconvenience and thank you for your patience and continued support. Rest assured that system reliability is a top priority at Google and we are continually improving to improve our systems. If you’re still having problems, please contact us through the Google Help Center. Affected users received a return message with the error ‘can’t find address or can’t receive mail’ after sending emails to addresses ending in @ ”.

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DownDetector reports that on Tuesday (December 15) local time, Gmail was down for the second day in a row. According to DownDetector, 17,000 complaints from Gmail users were reported to the site that day. While most of the problems with Gmail take place in the US, these issues also affect users in Europe, Australia and New Zealand. 73% can’t sign in to Gmail.


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