Post # 1
So, there is currently a gmail glitch affecting 0.08% of gmail users, and I am one of them. The issue: it apparently deletes ALL of your emails. Every. Last. One. Oh, don’t worry, I couldn’t even get on to my email to see it empty because while trying to fix it, they have disabled my account. Oh ya, it’s ok; didn’t need to access my email today or anything.
Normally I would just vent to the Fiance and the google boards, except that all my catering proposals are sitting in my gmail…not printed out yet. Gulp. I really did not want to lose all that information. Heck, I am not sure I remember all the catering companies’ names to contact if I were to lose it all permanently!
Fingers crossed they get it back up and running, along with my proposals.
Post # 3
Wow, that is terrible….
They should have them backed up on their sever though, unless it was a virus, then it might be a little tough to recover them, but hopefully it will all work out. I can’t even imagine how I would feel if that happened to me.
Post # 4
Oh man, I know exactly how that is. Someone broke into my hotmail account that I use for junk mail. I have used it to sign up for sites, like FB, that send alot of emails. Unfortunatly, they changed my password and microsoft is of no help. Now I am not sure what to do, I can’t remember what my favorite pet was 10 years ago when I signed up for the stupid account.
Post # 5
Omg that is terrible. I’m a gmail user and had no idea about this!
Post # 6
Oh that sucks. I can’t even imagine loosing all the wedding related stuff I have sitting in my gmail account. I guess tomorrow I’ll be printing everything out. Just in case.
ETA: I hope they get it fixed and you get all your info back soon!
Post # 7
OMG!! That’s terrible!!! I always trusted gmail more than myself to keep my sh*t together. *gulp*
Post # 8
Thanks guys. Still not back.
On a non-wedding related note, I am currently sort of doing a job hunt and was hoping to schedule an interview for tomorrow. Now any emails being sent to me are being sent back as undeliverable.
Please, Google, please fix this.