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Gmail bug made some users accidentally delete emails

29
Jan
2014

A recent bug in Gmail resulted in some users accidentally deleting emails and reporting others as spam when applying those actions to other messages. Google says the bug cropped up in a software update on just a handful of platforms — its iOS app, on mobile browsers, and the offline version of Gmail — and did not affect all users. News of the issue comes just days after Gmail and several other Google services went down for approximately 10 percent of users.

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