Gmail Suffers Service Disruption Affecting Small Portion of Users

    September 23, 2013
    Josh Wolford

If you’re experience issues with Gmail, it’s probably not your fault. Google has confirmed that the service is suffering a small “disruption” that is affecting a small portion of users.

Google first reported the service disruption at 10:25 am EST on Monday, saying that they were investigating reports of an outage. At 11:45 am EST, Google said that “the delivery of some messages is being delayed and attachments may fail to download.”

They also said that it was affecting only 0.024% of the Gmail user base, but judging by the reaction on Twitter is may be a little more widespread than that.

Either way, Google says that they’re on it.

According to the Google Apps Dashboard, both Google Docs and Google Presentations are also experiencing a service disruption.

Well, not exactly. But it does make things a bit more difficult. Happy Monday, everyone.


Josh Wolford
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