Plans to outsource the University of Texas at Dallas' eMail service to Yahoo! Zimbra have stalled after the Office of General Counsel (OGC), the main group of attorneys for the UT System, raised concerns about information integrity, reports the UTD Mercury, the school's student newspaper. The OGC cited privacy concerns because eMail data would be stored off-campus. Zimbra said it would allow UTD to store the data for current students on campus and data for alumni elsewhere to resolve the issue, said Cody Eilrich, electrical engineering junior and Student Government technology chair. But OGC lawyers also were concerned that providing...

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