On Thursday, several users in India complained that they were unable to send mails or upload attachments on Gmail.
Downdetector.com noted a spike in Gmail-related issues in India.
59% complained they couldn't attach files, 28% couldn't login and 12% couldn't receive messages.
One Mumbai-used user told The Free Press Journal that he was unable so save a draft or even send a mail.
The issue started around 10 AM.
After a while, users were able to send mails but Google appeared to be channelling it's inner Zen qualities and didn't allow attachments.
The company has so far not issued a statement. The last time massive complaint was on July 1, when users stated they couldn’t open or send mails.
In a message, Google Status acknowledged that they had received errors.
A message from Slack read: “We're still working to get to the bottom of this. We’ll provide another update in 30 minutes. Unfortunately, we are seeing increased error rates again. Some customers may have trouble loading new messages, and some customers on Android devices may have trouble connecting to Slack. We apologise for the continued disruption, we're working to restore normalcy as fast as we can.”