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2 hours trying to access google account
I have just spent 2 hours trying to access my google account...I have changed the password 3 times, I can get in at that point, but when I log out and try to log in again I get no access,,,very frustrating. I tried all of their suggestions, but I am totally locked out...

Maybe time to hang up gmail....

its too hot for this...lol

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08-01-2015 05:02 PM
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RE: 2 hours trying to access google account
The internet in general has seemed slow for the past several days.
IMO, it seems DNS resolvers are slow.

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Yes, the down side to your life in the cloud. I'm seeing this trend with everything now. Take home automation. If you want to use the Wink system or the Echo, just to name two, you are out of luck if the internet is down or the path from you to them is broken. That's a fail. Would rather keep that control at home.



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08-02-2015 09:25 AM
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RE: 2 hours trying to access google account
(08-02-2015 09:25 AM)AlanE Wrote:  Yes, the down side to your life in the cloud. I'm seeing this trend with everything now. Take home automation. If you want to use the Wink system or the Echo, just to name two, you are out of luck if the internet is down or the path from you to them is broken. That's a fail. Would rather keep that control at home.

Exactly. We have too much reliance upon interconnected systems we have no control over. That includes the web, landline/cellphone systems and the electrical grid.

One of these days, we'll wish we hadn't put so much trust in systems that are completely out of our personal control. That, plus our over-reliance upon a "just-in-time" delivery system for goods.

Thinking-about

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08-02-2015 09:38 AM
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(08-02-2015 09:38 AM)SuperSleeper Wrote:  Exactly. We have too much reliance upon interconnected systems we have no control over. That includes the web, landline/cellphone systems and the electrical grid.

One of these days, we'll wish we hadn't put so much trust in systems that are completely out of our personal control. That, plus our over-reliance upon a "just-in-time" delivery system for goods.

Thinking-about

Always hated the JIT business model. The accountants love it but for everyone else it's a headache. One little hiccup in the up line and your screwed and everyone down line is too. We have enough stress in our lives.



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08-02-2015 09:53 AM
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RE: 2 hours trying to access google account
BW if you are concerned you may lose your Google stuff you can make an archive of it here: https://www.google.com/settings/takeout



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RE: 2 hours trying to access google account
Still could get no access unless I changed my password...I have deleted the account, not sure what was going on...oh the simple life beckons, lol...

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RE: 2 hours trying to access google account
Bear skins and stone knives?



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RE: 2 hours trying to access google account
hmmm, I will have to think about that...:-)

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08-02-2015 03:43 PM
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RE: 2 hours trying to access google account
It is hot and sultry here today at the beginning of August.

So I jumped in the pool. The water was 87 degrees.

No password was required. JSNS

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