We are well versed in the importance of Gmail in our daily lives. But what happens if the best email is not working properly? It has been seen that the users experience several issues with their Gmail account, including with other email service providers. One of the major concerns is when your emails get stuck in your outbox section.
When you are in a hurry and have to send the mail to an important client within a period, but suddenly your email stops working, then what to do? Well, there are several ways through which you can get out of that problem.
Let’s see how it works.
Check the internet connectivity
The most important step is to check the internet connectivity. So, if you notice that your internet connection is weak, it will hamper the working of other applications such as Gmail. If you want to check the speed of internet connectivity, then you can take an immediate speed test with the help of your PC by using third-party websites such as Fast. Moreover, if your mails are not going even after good internet connectivity, you can go for another solution.
Go Through your Attachment Size
If you have to send a mail with several attachments like files, PDFs, and many more. And, you can only send the attachment size to 25MB. So, when the individual sends the mail exceeding the specific size, the email won’t receive the receivers. It is advised to first upload the attachments with the larger size to a cloud service such as Google Drive or One Drive and share the link on your email by giving them access to the receiver or anyone, depending on the work requirements.
Take a look at the Mode(Online/Offline) of the Gmail
Did you know? Gmail has an offline mode in chrome. You can change the mode at your convenience. In offline mode, you can go through the mail, send the response, and delete mails without the absence of internet connectivity. And in the online mode, it automatically sends the emails from the outbox to the sent section. If you are well versed with the feature, it can be one of the reasons why your Gmail not sending emails and is stuck in the outbox. Here are the steps you can follow to disable the offline mode.
Step 1: Firstly, open your Google Chrome and log in with your credentials Gmail account.
Step 2: Check the top right corner of the page and, click on the gear symbol, select see all settings.
Step 3: Now, shift to the offline tab and uncheck Enable offline mode. Then, go to the save changes option.
After following this process, refresh the page and send the mail again to check if the problem is solved or not.
Clean out the Gmail Cache
Bow, if you are well acquainted with the functions of Gmail and have been using it for a good period, then your browser must have collected a heavy amount of cache. And, If you won’t clear this cache, it will affect your application’s working. You will experience several issues, one of which is Gmail receiving but not sending emails and being stuck in the outbox. Hence, it is suggested to clean the cache often to avoid such issues. Here is the process of it.
When working on your PC, you can easily clear out the cache data connected with the Gmail. Let’s take a look at it how you can initiate the process.
Step 1: Go to Google Chrome, type chrome://settings/ in the URL box, and then click on the enter key.
Step 2: On the left side of the page, shift to the security and privacy mode and select cookies and other website data.
Step 3: Then, scroll down to click on “See all cookies and site data”.
Step 4: Then, you can use the search box option in the upper right to look for ‘mail.google.com’. Select the trash symbol next to it to clean the Gmail cache.
After following the entire process, you can check if you can send the mail or not.
Android users can clean the Gmail cache data by following the steps given below;
Step 1: Go to the Settings of your cellphone. Then, go to the section of ‘Apps and notifications’ to check the list of all the applications.
Step 2: Then, scroll down, or use the search option to look for Gmail.
Step 3: Select the Storage and cache section. And select the Clear cache button to clean the cache.
If the steps mentioned above won’t help, you can also clean the app data and try to send the email again to the receiver.
Also, other options include updating the app and access to the background data usage. Still, if you face any issues, you can connect with the email service providers in the online market or the Gmail support team. Moreover, when dealing with deadlines and your Gmail won’t send emails, you can get immediate help from us. Our expert team is available 24×7 to provide you with the right help.
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