Solution of error message “Your network administrator or ISP has disabled chat in Gmail”

While chatting with your friends and clients, you might have seen an error message on Gmail chat screen which shows that your network administrator has disabled chat and in order to know the error message contact your ISP or network administrator. This error message comes when you load your Gmail page completely and through this article I will explain to you the reasons and solution of the above mentioned error message.

You might have noticed an error message on your email account that is "Your network administrator has disabled chat". Once this error message occurs in email account then you are not allowed to see the online person on your chat account and further chatting rights is disabled by the network administrator.

When your email account is loaded completely then immediately chatting side of Windows displays an error message on computer screen that is your network administrator has disabled chat. I have seen this error message in Gmail account because your network administrator or ISP has blocked your chat option.

What to do if your chat option is disabled by the network administrator? Firstly, check whether your internet connection is having good speed. If yes, then refresh your browser cache by clearing the recent history and cookies of browser. Even some consider it as technical problem on Gmail server while other explains it is due to poor software compatibility with system.

It is better to make use of the updated softwares in your system so that softwares can access the latest files from internet time to time and clear your system temporary files from Temp folder or Prefetch folder. Moreover, clear the browser cookies and history information. After that I am being sure that your Gmail account is not showing the same error.


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