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Topic # 25102 12-Aug-2008 10:07
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I guess when I can say that about an outage only lasting 15minute so far it really shows how good gmail normally is.

Currently I cannot get to any of my gmail or gmail apps for your domain accounts. I have Tried 2 Google apps accounts (different domains) and 2 gmail accounts

I get the following error
Temporary Error (502) 

We're sorry, but your Google Mail account is currently experiencing errors. You won't be able to use your account while these errors last, but don't worry, your account data and messages are safe. Our engineers are working to resolve this issue.

Please try accessing your account again in a few minutes.

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Master Geek

  Reply # 156207 12-Aug-2008 10:13
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I am also not able to access the email via the web client, but it working fine in IMAP

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  Reply # 156210 12-Aug-2008 10:30
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Yup, same for me - completely down. Not working on my push email solution either.

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  Reply # 156212 12-Aug-2008 10:35
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Mine appears to be working fine.

Just got 2 in my in box on Iphone and web interface shows same

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  Reply # 156222 12-Aug-2008 11:00
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Mine is back up now, so about 30-40 mins outage total,

All in all actually not that bad given in ~4 years of gmail and 1.5 of google apps this is the longest outage I have seen and I am in or useing at least one of these on and off 12 hours a day most days 

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  Reply # 156224 12-Aug-2008 11:01
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Apparently IMAP users weren't affected. Here worked fine on both desktop and phone clients.

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Reply # 156235 12-Aug-2008 11:37
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Indeed, I'm using IMAP and If it weren't for the flood of updates coming through twitter I wouldn't have noticed.

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