Although Gmail might be the most popular webmail service, it doesn’t mean that it’s perfect. Many users have reported yesterday with certain issues with their Gmail accounts.

Can you imagine the surprise of seeing your Gmail inbox empty when you login in the morning? This might be quite shocking for you, especially if you keep all sorts of important data within your emails. According to the latest news, it seems that the number of users with this problem was estimated to be up to 200,000, but luckily, Gmail has already been restored for some of these users, and we’re expecting that Google will fix this flaw in near future. So far, we don’t know what’s the cause of this problem, but we’re glad to hear that Google is working on it.

As you can see, the internet’s most popular email service isn’t perfect after all, but its great to see that the folks from Google are giving their best to fix this problem.

[via Ubergizmo]

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2 Responses to Gmail encounters problems, up to 200 000 users affected

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    […] the most popular webmail service, it doesn’t mean that we don’t see issues with it. In fact, recent Gmail issues have affected up to 200 000 users, but we’re glad to inform you that Google has fixed those […]

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    Cori says:

    Not only was I locked out of my account, but EVERYONE in my address book was spammed with three letters containing suspicious links WHILE I was locked out! Beyond that, other services that I use Gmail to log into were denied me, because I was locked out of Gmail. That needs to be added to this report, because I’m sure I’m not the only person this happened to! I’ve had to spend over a week apologizing to everyone for something I didn’t even do or have any control over!

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