NEW YORK (AP) — Google says it is investigating problems with its e-mail service following complaints from some Gmail users that they found all of their old messages erased.

   Mountain View, Calif.-based Google Inc. posted a notice about the problem Sunday on its official app status dashboard, the site where it informs users of service problems on applications such as e-mail.

   Google says the problem affects less than 0.29 percent of its Google mail user base.

   The company did not say how many users that means.

   Representatives did not immediately respond to an e-mail message from The Associated Press on Sunday evening.

Comments (5)
  1. Johnny says:

    HAHAHAHAHAHAHA……SO MUCH FOR RELIABLE EMAIL BY GIANT GOOGLE!!!! LOL LOL

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  2. bonnie kenley says:

    E-mail picture won’t go through unless I change the subject line

  3. Bonnie Kenley says:

    Pictures don’t go through on E-mail unless I change the subject line

  4. ed says:

    wont go thru when copy and paste either.

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