Gmail appears to be down in an apparent worldwide outage

Gmail appears to be down in an apparent worldwide outage

Gmail appears to be down in an apparent worldwide outage

At the time of writing the story, there was no update from the company on the same.

While the current disruption was limited to certain Google services, the January outage had taken down majority of Google's consumer-facing products, including Google Calendar, Google Drive, Google Docs, Sheets, Slides, Google Groups, Hangouts, Hangouts Chat, and Google+. You are not alone.

Gmail and Google Drive users worldwide have been hit by outages leaving them unable to send emails or access files. According to Down Detector, Gmail and YouTube started seeing disruptions at 10PM ET on March 12.

The investigation comes after users reported "error messages, high latency and/or other unexpected behavior" since 10 a.m. today, as per the G Suite Status Dashboard. "We are continuing to investigate this issue".

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As of 1pm, the issues were still continuing for some users.

This includes Gmail and Drive. Drive: "Upload and download of files", it said. The company posted the update on the page that offers performance information for Google services.

They came from United States, Australia, Singapore, New Zealand, Canada and 55 more countries. It's an internal outage affecting Gmail users everywhere.

If you're having trouble with your Gmail and Google drive now, just know that you're not alone. When trying to send an e-mail, instead of delivering the message, users receive the notice "Message could not be sent".

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