How do I fix Gmail temporary error 500?
The Gmail temporary error 500 may occur due to server configuration issues. You can follow the steps that are given below to fix the issue.
Step 1: Clear cache and cookies
- Step : 1 If you are using your browser to log in to Gmail, keep your browser open.
- Step : 2 Press the Ctrl+Shift+Delete keys together on a Windows computer. For Mac press Command+Shift+Delete. Now, select Clear browsing data.
- Step : 3 Checkmark the boxes next to browsing history, cached images and data, cookies and other sites, and plugin data. Then, click the Clear browsing data option to delete the cache and cookies.
Step 2: Fixing browser issues
- Step : 1 If your browser is not updated to the latest version, update it.
- Step : 2 Remove any unwanted extensions or add-ons active on your browser.
- Step : 3 Follow these steps to fix Gmail temporary error 500.
Step 3: Disable Antivirus or Firewall
- Step : 1 If you have installed any antivirus or firewall software on your computer, disable it.
- Step : 2 Right-click on the antivirus software icon on the taskbar and select the Disable or Turn off option.
- Step : 3 To disable Windows Firewall, go to the Settings app and navigate to the Update & Security section.
- Step : 4 Select Windows Security and click Virus & threat protection.
- Step : 5 Turn off the toggle switch under Real-time protection to disable antivirus.
- Step : 6 Once you have turned off antivirus, check whether the issue is resolved.
Step 4: Checking Internet connection
- Step : 1 If the issue persists, verify your internet connection whether it is fast enough.
- Step : 2 If there is an issue with your ISP, try connecting to the network using a mobile hotspot.
- Step : 3 Open Gmail after an hour or two. The Gmail temporary error 500 would be fixed when you open after some time if the server was down earlier.
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