Most Unread Emails In Inbox

United States Joey Manansala


Providence, Rhode Island, United States / December 22, 2012

Joey M. has 4,294,967,256 unread emails in his inbox.

- must provide evidence of unread mail, including total count


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    keresin edstein

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    keresin edstein

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  • United States Rita


    I have almost 100,000 yahoo emails on my iPhone. I’ve never had a storage problem because of the amount. I still continue to get emails on a daily basis. I have never had a message or anything pertaining to having too many emails or needing to delete any. Exact amount: 95,518.

  • United States Email Email

    Email Email

    That is impossible. If he was able to get one email every second (which is impossible itself) it would take over 4.2 billion seconds to get that many emails. 4.2 billion seconds is over 133 years (4.2 billion seconds / 60 / 60/ 24 / 365 = 133.18 years) so I really don't this guy has that many unread emails.

  • United States Aiden S

    Aiden S

    THis is faaaaaake. Assuming each email is about 1 kilobyte (a VERY small email with zero attachments) it would take up about 4294 gigabytes! The iPhone 3 that he’s doing this on is a max of 16 gigabytes!

  • United States Tyler


    So, I have like 1,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 unread messages

  • United States World Records For Everyone!

    World Records For Everyone!

    how are there so many read emails if there are 4 Billion

  • United States vbossbla


    Bro, this is fake... If he seriously did have that much in his inbox, there would be insane lag. You know that there are a lot of hackers out there and he could just be a hacker.

  • United States Corey Henderson

    Corey Henderson

    I don't see how this is possible given Gmail's size limitations. Can you give us a little more detail about how this was done?

  • United States Geoffrey Saunders

    Geoffrey Saunders

    Rob The reason is that the # on the top is the total, and the smaller number are the unread ones.

  • United States Michell Hobbs

    Michell Hobbs

    this isnt german its like dutch or some sort of german derived language but not german

  • United States Rob Birdsong

    Rob Birdsong

    Can anyone confirm what "unread" in a German inbox looks like? Here it reads "berchten". "108,518 berichten"

  • United States Rob Birdsong

    Rob Birdsong

    Geoffrey, can you explain why your 'inbox' number at the top and on the right hand side do not match?

  • South Africa Adam Godsell

    Adam Godsell


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