Updated at 3 p.m. PST with quotes from White House spokesman Bill Burton.
The Obama administration may be considered tech-savvy, but that didn't do much good Monday when the White House was hit with a daylong "server outage."
Most White House aides, the first lady's office, and other executive offices were without e-mail for the day, The Washington Post reported, after the outage blocked all incoming and outgoing messages beginning around 10 a.m. EST.
As of Tuesday morning, the White House was once again sending its regular slew of e-mails.
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