CU employees have legal obligations to maintain and/or make available electronic information in the event of litigation, subpoena, court order, open records request, or other legal requests. If faculty or staff members determine that use of the CU-Boulder e-mail service interferes with their ability to pursue their academic or research activities then they will need to certify, through the CU-Boulder IT Security Office, that e-discovery requirements are met. This document outlines that process.
Some organizations' domains, such as national labs, institutes or other campuses, have been approved to serve as one's e-mail delivery location. If you wish to forward your e-mail to a domain that is not on the approved list of domains, you should follow these steps to request that your e-mail be forwarded to a third-party provider:
If you have concerns or feedback regarding this process please contact Larry Levine, Associate Vice Chancellor for IT, email@example.com, (303) 492-4691.