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Downdetector: Users around the world reported gmail outages

Users around the world reported failures in the Google Gmail mail service, according to data from the Downdetector portal.

It is noted that failures on Monday began around 15.40 Moscow time. The largest number of complaints was recorded in the US and the UK – 7.6 thousand and 4 thousand messages, respectively. Messages also come from Canada, Germany, Spain, France, the Netherlands, Italy, Switzerland, Finland, India and Japan.

Users most often encountered problems connecting to the server, website operation, and receiving emails.

In addition, there are complaints about the work of the Google search engine itself. A little over a thousand reports of problems have been recorded in the United States, and failures are also recorded in a number of European countries.

Google is part of the Alphabet holding company, which also includes Android and Youtube, Google Life Sciences, Calico, Sidewalk Labs, Nest, Google Ventures, Google Capital, and Google X.

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