Ars Technica recently ran an article on George Bush’s lost e-mails, in which it quoted from a Congressional report about how the Bush adminstration archives White House e-mails.
According to the report, “a White House staffer or contractor would collect from a ‘journal’ e-mail folder in the Microsoft Exchange system copies of e-mails sent and received by White House employees. After retrieving copies of these e-mails, the White House staffer or contractor would then manually name and save them as ‘.pst’ files on various White House servers.”
Shocking, to say the least.
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