Gmail users around the world unable to send emails

Google's Gmail and Drive suffer global outages

It's not just you: Gmail, YouTube, and other Google services are down right now

"The affected users are able to access Gmail, but are seeing error messages, high latency, and/or other unexpected behaviour", the company posted on its service website.

Good luck with your Gmail, Google Drive and Bendigo Bank login efforts, and may the services be restored ASAP.

Several Google users on Wednesday reported problems with accessing Gmail and other services in large parts of the world.

"We're investigating reports of an issue with Gmail", it said.

The cloud platform had been hit by a litany of issues over the past few days, including an outage affecting Google Cloud Console yesterday. This story will be updated as more information comes in. "We apologise for the inconvenience and thank you for your patience and continued support".

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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+. It's an internal outage affecting Gmail users everywhere. AussieOutages logged up to 2822 reports with Gmail and 118 reports with Drive.

Gmail users in particular, will have difficulty "attaching or accessing attachments, as well as accessing and saving draft emails and sending emails". Drive: "Upload and download of files", it said. "Message could not be sent".

If you're having trouble accessing Google Gmail right now, you're certainly not the only one. "Check your network and try again".

Most reports of outage have been reported from the the US, Canada, Japan, Malaysia and Australia.

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