Many Gmail Users Can't Login to Check Email: 502 Errors

Feb 18, 2008 • 7:24 am | comments (5) by twitter Google+ | Filed Under Google PageRank & Algorithm Updates

Over the weekend, we have received reports via Google Groups that many Gmail users are having issues logging in to Gmail to check their emails.

Many of these users are receiving 502 Errors on their login attempts.

Gmail Guide has confirmed the issue:

I'm sorry to hear that some of you are unable to access your accounts due to 502 errors. Our team is currently aware of the problem and we are working to get things back up and running for you. Please visit our Gmail Updates and Alerts subgroup for up to date information on this problem.

Currently the status of the 502 errors on login at Gmail Updates and Alerts is nada. Keep watching it for updates and I hope it is resolved shortly.

Forum discussion at Google Groups.

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09/14/2008 12:36 am

I had to evacuate from hurricane ike and using gmail on my cell is the only way to reach anyone but i keep getting error messages now after only one email sent out i want to cry i am so frustrated and will definately start looking for another service besides this one to use now although it will do no good because i cant get any of my contacts from gmail!

Nadean Shah

07/13/2011 07:35 pm

I am typing my email add and the right p/w still cant loge in


09/19/2011 12:29 am

i caint log in to my gmail for over a month now it gives me error 404 , but i have no problem getting to it on my i pod , ! why is that ?


09/09/2012 04:27 pm

I started using GMail recently and found no problems. Then I was asked to change my password and since then whenever I try to access the account I get a page telling me to "add GMail to this account". I have reverted to aol mail - it may be basic but at least I can send and receive my messages.


11/19/2012 06:34 pm

Why I still having problems and difficulties to log on to my gmail? It's started since the pass 2 weeks ago until today.

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