Berkeley CSUA MOTD:Entry 54553
Berkeley CSUA MOTD
2022/07/02 [General] UID:1000 Activity:popular

2012/12/10-18 [Computer/Companies/Google] UID:54553 Activity:nil
12/10   Biggest Google outage ever?
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2013/4/9-5/18 [Computer/SW/Mail, Academia/Berkeley/CSUA] UID:54647 Activity:nil
4/8     What's a good free e-mail provider? I don't want to use Gmail,
        Yahoo, Outlook, or any of those sites with features I never use that
        track my personal info and keep changing their interface. I want just
        simple e-mail without privacy issues or all the baggage these large,
        for-profit companies are adding. I might even be willing to pay.
2013/1/22-2/19 [Computer/Companies/Google, Industry/SiliconValley] UID:54584 Activity:nil
1/22    Google, again:
2012/10/15-12/4 [Computer/SW/Mail] UID:54501 Activity:nil
10/15   What's the soda email client these days?
        \_ Don't know.  /usr/bin/mail hasn't been working for a while.
        \_ forward to Gmail.
        \_ mutt works for me
2012/8/29-11/7 [Computer/SW/Security] UID:54467 Activity:nil
8/29    There was once a CSUA web page which runs an SSH client for logging
        on to soda.  Does that page still exist?  Can someone remind me of the
        URL please?  Thx.
        \_ what do you mean? instruction on how to ssh into soda?
           \_ No I think he means the ssh applet, which, iirc, was an applet
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2012/8/16-10/17 [Computer/SW/SpamAssassin] UID:54458 Activity:nil
8/16    Why does my Y! mail account always full of unfiltered spam
        mails (and they're obviously spams)? Why can't they do
        a better job like Google mail? Why does Y! mail charge
        for exporting email? Google mail doesn't do that.
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Rebecca Greenfield 7,935 Views 1:43 PM ET Google has yet to offer an official explanation for the widespread outages that hit Gmail, Drive, Chrome, and more of its products late this morning, but explanations are beginning to surface for a minor Internet plague that continues into the afternoon. acknowledged the possibility of an "issue" on Gmail and Google Drive, providing no further information yet, nor saying anything about the reported (and probably related) Chrome crashes. Google's status website also claims that the issue has been resolved for Gmail and Drive users. "We are currently experiencing an issue with some Google services. For everyone who is affected, we apologize for any inconvenience you may be experiencing." From the nature of the problems, Dillet suspects an authentication issue. users suggest that synching the Google browser with their Gmail led to frustrating repeated crashes. One possible fix, then, includes unsynching your account with Chrome. If that works, this whole thing would seem to have something to do with authenticating, with Chrome going crazy over attempting to authenticate you as a user. Another factor pointing to an authentication malfunction is that Google's phone apps didn't work either, and they use IMAP to filter in mail. More from Buzzfeed About the Wire The Atlantic Wire is your authoritative guide to the news and ideas that matter most right now. Our team tracks newsmakers and opinions across the entire media spectrum: newspapers, web sites, television, radio and magazines. By synthesizing, analyzing and summarizing what's out there, and adding new information when we can, we are a news engine that gives you a quick and valuable account of the issues of the day.