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Q: Is Gmail never available in China?

I have traveled to China many time and used  VPN o access my Gmail. I am having a problem with my VPN and cant access it and so also no Gmail.

 

Is that it or is there another option??

7 years 8 weeks ago in  Web & Technology - Shenyang

 
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Google has been banned for almost a year now, and VPNs are getting blocked too now.

 

Livemail still works sometimes.

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the Mail program on OS X can sometimes get my gmail.  Can't count on it, but about once a day it will access my gmail.

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