In today's Wall Street Journal...

Along with the obligatory replica of the Oval Office, the George W. Bush
Presidential Center will house a less conventional collection of
presidential artifacts when it is dedicated here Thursday: Millions of
emails.  The one billion pages or so in electronic White House
correspondence during George W. Bush's eight years in office are
unprecedented in the history of presidential libraries, scholars said. They
promise to offer an unvarnished look at the inner workings of the Bush
administration that hasn't been possible for other presidencies.But first,
the roughly 200 million emails have to be reviewed by the center's
archivists, a process that could take a long time. With current technology,
archivists can only review about 800,000 pages a year.

Bruce White, CRM, PMP
Virginia Beach, VA
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