Officials within the State Department’s information technology division were “frustrated” by problems that arose from Hillary Clinton’s use of a private email server, newly released emails show.
The emails, which the conservative watchdog group Judicial Watch recently obtained and released on Wednesday, were used as part of a State Department inspector general’s investigation into Clinton’s email practices.
One exchange shows that when members of State’s Executive Secretariat IT division learned about Clinton’s use of a server, other projects were scrapped in order to fix problems with the device’s configurations.
“This should trump all other activities. You can also have a 1 day extension on all heat tickets,” wrote Kenneth LaVolpe, a State Department IT executive, in a Dec. 17, 2010 email.