Google’s Gmail software has long been used to make sure users receive messages on time and in the right order, but now some users may be seeing the mail delivery system fail to deliver their messages at all.
Google’s Gmail team has updated the software’s settings page to remove the option to configure an email address for each email address, which could cause Gmail to send a message with an incorrect email address or even an incorrect date.
This could lead to the sender of the email receiving a message which they do not receive.
Google has also removed the option for Gmail to automatically create attachments for messages, but users may still see the message being sent with a message containing attachments.
Google has also disabled email notifications from Gmail for a number of users, including Gmail users.
Google says this is an oversight and says that “it is possible that some Gmail users are still experiencing issues with email delivery.”
Gmail says it’s working to fix this issue.