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Google's Gmail, Drive, YouTube and some other services suffer global outage

Google's Gmail, Drive, YouTube and some other services suffer global outage

The apparent problem seemed to affect users from nations like the US, Japan, Malaysia, Australia, and Japan.

However, Google has acknowledged that both services are affected with problems ranging from not being able to access Gmail or Google Drive completely to are seeing error messages, high latency, and other unexpected behaviours, according to Google via their G Suite Status Dashboard.

As for now, we have to keep our eyes peeled for more updates on Gmail as they did not reveal anything about it yet.

Google has issued a statement at 1:53pm saying, "We're investigating reports of an issue with Gmail". When trying to send an e-mail, instead of delivering the message, users receive the notice "Message could not be sent. Check your network and try again".

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Gmail, Google Drive, and other Google services are officially back up after suffering a brief outage.

Internet titan Google's e-mail service Gmail and its cloud storage service Google Drive were experiencing widespread disruption on Wednesday (March 13), with users complaining that they were unable to access files or send e-mails with attachments. Some may even look at this outage as a surprise break in the work day.

Facing issues in accessing/using some of the Google services properly?