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Monday, February 28, 2011

Gmail bug wiped out 150,000 or 0.08 percent Gmail inboxes

A still unknown bug in Google Gmail is seeing 150,000 or 0.08 percent of Google Mail userbase inboxes wiped out completely.

According to a Google engineer
Accounts that are affected are currently fully disabled. We're in the process of changing this to be a Gmail only disable so you should regain access to other Google services soon. This will also mean email to these accounts stops bouncing and gets queued up for later delivery instead.

The Google Apps Status page shows Google Mail's status as being disrupted.

Google App Status Dashboard (Feb 28, 22:50 GMT+8)

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