Gmail service restored after international outage


New Delhi, August 20

Gmail service, which suffered a world outage for hours on Thursday, has now been restored, in line with Google.

Some customers confronted points with Gmail like being unable to log in, add attachments and obtain messages since morning.

On Thursday morning, GSuite standing dashboard — which gives efficiency data on varied Google companies — mentioned the corporate was investigating studies of a difficulty with Gmail. When contacted, a Google spokesperson confirmed that the issue has now been resolved.

In its newest replace, the corporate mentioned: “…We apologise for the inconvenience and thank you for your patience and continued support. System reliability is a top priority at Google. We are making continuous improvements to make our systems better”.

The firm supplied a number of updates on the matter over the previous few hours, stating it’s investigating the problem and that there was a disruption in sending e-mails, Meet recording, creating information in Drive, posting messages in Google Chat, amongst others. As per the dashboard, different Google companies like Google Drive, Google Docs and Google Meet have additionally been restored. While Google didn’t specify particulars round what number of customers had been impacted and their areas, information from DownDetector (which gives outage updates on varied on-line platforms) confirmed customers from varied elements of the globe, together with India, had been affected.

Users, in varied posts on DownDetector, mentioned they had been dealing with points round logins, including attachments and receiving messages. Netizens additionally turned to Twitter to air their considerations across the problem with hashtag #Gmail, that includes among the many prime trending matters. — PTI



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