After going down last week, the Minnesota Senate's email system is back in working order.
"We have built up a fix that should provide e-mail and print to all users," according to a memo delivered to senators and Senate staff late Wednesday.
Senate staff had said earlier in the week that a network failure ailed the Senate. The Senate's email system
was fully out of commission by Friday.
Here's how information technology staff explained the problem:
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