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Where does Google store all the gmail accounts secured using servers?

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dont know tough question 4 me
@asmagul Try, or just share wat u know might be right nor wrong, all your answers are welcome....
Probably somewhere in one if Google's datacenters

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Not sure, the Google datacenters are very secretive.
"Where does Google store all the gmail accounts secured using servers?" Huh? That question has issues.
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"Secured" it all boils down to what you mean by secure, secure as in un touchable unless you have a pretty badge that says "FBI" on it or secure as in it is unhackable?
Well, the question seems self answering. Where does Google store their mail? On secured servers. Even if it is taken literally, the answer is servers. So there seems to be something very wrong with the question.
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Joke aside I think he meant the location @e.mccormick as in the city.
Bollocks, the servers/datacenters are stored in so many different cities, d'oh.
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Locations* @dumbsearch2

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