Outlook crashes, students feel effects

Rebecca Neumann

Staff Writer

Yesterday, Microsoft Outlook crashed, leaving many students across the world in a lurch.

CHS provides its students with personal email accounts in order to transfer documents from home computers to school systems. However, the new version of student email accounts that the school updated for this 2009-2010 school year has proven repeatedly unreliable.

Today, Outlook crashed again and CHS students whose printers had not worked the night before tore their hair out at lunch trying to retype papers and projects. But this is not an isolated problem. Students in the U.K, Australia, and many other states across America were locked out at their email.

The school should reconsider using the Outlook system because it has been repeatedly unreliable.
 

To check and see if Outlook is working again, go to www.outlook.com