Gmail faced another grueling issue of having its servers down after recently recovering and fixing the issues, with Google's support team recognizing the issues and apologizing to users. The issues have surfaced earlier this afternoon and are still ensuing throughout the night in the US, UK, and other countries, according to user reports.

The largest internet company in the world, Google, is trapped in a cycle of having its servers break down and fixing after two consecutive days of service interruption for its applications. Now, solely GMail faced server down issues, with Google running around and apologizing about the issue.

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Google's GMail Server is Down...Again

Twitter users have alerted Google by tagging them in posts and reporting issues via the Gmail website or application. In response, Google has confirmed the issue and said that they are doing everything they can to restore the services online.

Google's Gmail support team has acknowledged the issues and said that it would provide updates by "5:30 PM" and is looking into the problem. According to Express UK, Google said that the problem this time have users seeing "error messages, high latency, and/or unexpected behavior."

Previously, Google's Gmail faced sign-in and access issues last Monday, December 14, and it seems to have some experience the trend today, December 15. However, Google said that today's problem has some able to sign-in but unable to send messages.

Thousands of reports have swarmed Google, and users are still tweeting to the Mountain View company about the problems on its servers. Google's Gmail support team's direct response through tweets has the company saying: "Our team is aware of this issue and working on a fix. Appreciate your patience."

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