Computer technicians found 22 million emails from the Bush White House showing that "the Bush administration lied when they said no emails were missing," said Melanie Sloan, executive director of Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington. All recovered emails will go through the National Archives' process for releasing presidential records, meaning these documents will not be available until 2014 at the earliest, says the Associated Press. CREW and the National Security Archive filed a lawsuit in 2007 over the failure by the Bush White House to install an electronic record-keeping system, even though documents show the Bush administration was aware of the problem, and even called Microsoft to help find electronic messages in October 2003. "We may never discover the full story of what happened here," said Sloan. "It seems like they just didn't want the emails preserved."