A Gmail problem earlier this month caused some customers inadvertently removing e-mails and unintentionally reporting others as spam (via The Verge). The insect occurred when customers were managing their inboxes, and the device unintentionally applied these activities to the incorrect e-mail messages.
In a notice standing for some Gmail customers, Google validated this issue took place in between January 15 and 22 and is now repaired. It only impacted individuals who accessed Gmail via the iOS app, a mobile internet browser, or offline in a desktop computer browser. Google advises users to inspect their spam folder and trash for emails that were marked incorrectly.
The case is the second round of technical troubles for Google’s Gmail provide service in much less compared to a week. Late recently, Google’s cloud services went offline for about an hour. The Friday mid-day interruption influenced Gmail, Google Calendar, Google Talk, Google Drive, Google Teams and various other provide services.