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If you use Gmail, you might want to dig through your Trash and Spam folders to see if there's anything that shouldn't be in there. As The Verge reports, between January 15 and January 22, Gmail applied the wrong actions to certain emails while users were managing their inboxes, which caused some messages to end up in the wrong folders.
Source: The Verge
The actual message Google sent out is above, Apple users who use Gmail should take Google's advice, as the problems specifically affected users accessing the service through the Mail app on iOS, any mobile browser, or an offline browser for a desktop computer.
Frequent Gmail users may recall that this marks the second round of trouble with the service over the last five days. On Friday afternoon, an outage affected all of Google's cloud services, and the problems weren't fixed until an hour later.
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