Gmail Bug Fixed
How credible Flipboard articles are? From an insider in the business online post, it read that a few Gmail users have noticed that they have been "sending" emails to unknown recipients-- people they have not added in their contacts, and never heard of them before. Google mail services apparently outsmart users and facilitate the use of its feature: auto-suggest contacts to whom you, as a Gmail user, might want to send your emails to.
So, before you click Send, check carefully the "To" field which Google mail services seem to put less-frequently contacted on top of our list of contacts. Smart. But needless.
Have you noticed some unusual gmailing lately from your end? I wondered about what you'd think as soon as you read this post. The first thing I thought was, "Ooh, careful with what I write, just in case my letter goes to the person I didn't mean to write to."
Acknowledgement of the problem has been extended by the Google team.
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