The mail client of the search giant has recently came into the cut off list of the China. Gmail has been blocked in China, according to an anti-censorship advocate in China.”
According to the reports it shows little bounce-back in service activity since China clamped down this past summer in response to the 25th anniversary of the Tiananmen Square massacre. A Google spokesman said, “We’ve check and there’s nothing wrong on our end.
But the users in China could still access their accounts using IMAP, POP and STMP. But that solution seems to end too, so virtual private networks (VPNs) may be the last route to access blocked services. And also not everyone can get through this as not everyone has knowledge about the use of VPNs so it is a down side for the Google any way you see it.
Google is already going through ban on its main search site, Google Maps, Google Docs, and Google Drive.
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