OBAMA has gone full obstruction on IRS “LOSING” Emails

Norman Cillo, an Army veteran, who worked in intelligence explained how data is saved and lost, in an interview with the Blaze:

1. I believe the government uses Microsoft Exchange for their email servers. They have built-in exchange mail database redundancy. So, unless they did not follow Microsofts recommendations they are telling a falsehood. You can see by the diagram below that if you have three servers in a DAG you have three copies of the database.

Credit: Norman Cillo

2. Every IT organization that I know of has hot swappable disk drives. Every server built since 2000 has them. Meaning that if a single disk goes bad it’s easy to replace.

3. ALL Servers use some form of RAID technology. The only way that data can be totally lost (Meaning difficult to bring back) is if more than a single disk goes before the first bad disk is replaced. In the diagram below you can see that its possible to lose a single disk and still keep the data.

Credit: Norman Cillo

4. If the server crashed (Hardware failure other than disks), then the disks that contain the DATA for the Exchange database is still available because the server hardware and disks are exchangeable. Meaning that if I have another server with the same hardware in it, I can put the disks in and everything should boot right up.

5. All email servers in a professional organization use TAPE backup. Meaning if all the above fails, you can restore the server using the TAPE backups.

6. If they are talking about her local PC, then it’s a simple matter of going to the servers which have the email and getting them from the servers. If the servers have removed the data you can still get them by using the backups of the servers to recover the emails.

Cillo said that there at least three ways to recover the emails….if they really wanted to.

And last but not least, the nail in the coffin is the fact that the IRS regulations state that every single email received or sent must have a hard copy for it’s permanent files.  You cannot delete hard copies.  But you can shred them.

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