Well, it didn’t take long. Google has fixed a number of issues with its services This week but within a day network administrators and users began to see another burst of Gmail issues.
Google agreed, “We know Gmail’s problem affecting a significant subset of users. Affected users will be able to access Gmail but will see error messages, excessive delays and / or other unexpected behavior. We will provide the update by 12/15/20, 5:30 p.m. [Eastern US]Describes when to expect to solve the problem. Keep in mind that this resolution time is an estimate and may change. “
The downedctor had a large spike about 3 p.m.. 73% of reported problems were in receiving messages. 23% of users report having trouble signing in to Gmail.
On top of that Internet Network Administrator Crash List, Executives reported random bounce pack issues with an average of 10% bounce packs in their test emails. However, other executives said they saw bumps when sending consumers from GSuite to Gmail.
The usual bounce back error message says “No email account you tried to reach”.
This problem is most often found in the United States, but it also causes failures in Europe, Australia and New Zealand.