This list includes relevant dates from FBI report.

Unknown date, 2007: Justin Cooper purchases Apple Server

June 2008: Apple sets up Apple server (note date discrepancy)

Fall 2008: Cooper contacts Pagliano to get campaign equipment to build server to replace Apple server

January 2009: Decision to move to new server, allegedly because of Apple performance issues (note date discrepancy)

January (probably) 2009: A Clinton staffer tells State/ES-IRM she would use “the personal server from her 2008 presidential campaign”

January 13, 2009: Registration of clintonemail.com

January 21, 2009: Hillary’s first day as SoS

January 23, 2009: Email with Powell

March 2009: Pagliano finishes purchasing the new equipment needed to repurpose old equipment to transition off Apple server; Apple server becomes household staff computer

March 18, 2009: Original start date for email production

March 19, 2009: Pagliano server begins use

March 29 or 30, 2009: SSL cert installed on Pagliano server for clintonemail.com domain

January 9, 2011: Attempted hack on server

March 11, 2011: Memo to Clinton on increase of cyber attacks targeting State employees’ personal email

April to May 2011: Clinton’s staff briefed on cybersecurity threats

June 2011: Seagate external hard drive replaced with Cisco NAS device

June 28, 2011: Email sent under Clinton’s name on “securing personal e-mail accounts”

August 30, 2011: Clinton requests State-issued BB, gets informed indirectly emails would be subject to FOIA

January 2, 2013: Mills meets redacted connected to PRN

January 5, 2013: Tor user apparently breaches Bill Clinton staffer email

February 1, 2013: Hillary’s last day as SOS

March 14, 2013: Marcel Lehel Lazar hacks Blumenthal’s AOL account

March 15, 19, 21, 2013: Attempted scans of Hillary server from Ukrainian and Russian IP addresses

Spring 2013: Cooper and Hanley archive Clinton’s emails, Hanley forgets to give laptop and thumb drive to Clinton’s staff

June 4, 2013: PRN granted administrative access to Pagliano Server

June 23, 2013: Pagliano server transported to Seacaucus, NJ

June 24, 2013: Oldest backup of Pagliano server

June 29, 2013: Some emails from pre-March 2009 retained in backup (note date discrepancy–this is on 20)

June 30, 2013: Migration to PRN server

July 18, 2013: PRN agreement signed (date discrepancy — date found on page 5)

December 3, 2013: Microsoft Exchange uninstalled on Pagliano server

December 23, 2013: Last Datto backup of Pagliano server

2014, unknown date: Hard drive from Apple server “discarded”

February 2014: Hanley finds archive at personal residence, emails migrated onto PRN; does not wipe computer, ships it to Clinton staffer, but it doesn’t arrive

July 23, 2014: Benghazi committee reaches agreement with State on production of records

July 2014: “to initiate the review of Clinton’s e-mails for production to State” Mill has PRN export all emails sent or received from .gov email (note this would have excluded .mil addresses)

September 2014: Mills asks PRN to include non-.gov emails

October 28, 2014: State formally requests emails related to government work from former SoSes

December 2014: Hillary and Abedin begin using hrcoffice.com for redacted reasons

December 4, 2014: Mills tells State Hillary complied with FRA by emailing State people at their official email

December 5, 2014: W&C provides 55,000 pages of emails to State (note discrepancy on how many emails provided in fn qq)

December 2014: Hillary decides she doesn’t need emails after 60 days, Mills instructs PRN to modify email retention

December 2014 to January 2015: Mills and Samuleson request exports be wiped; wiped using BleachBit

March 2, 2015: NYT reveals personal email account

March 3, 2015: OGR sends preservation request, using one incorrect email

Days after March 2, 2015: PRN travels to Seacaucus to make sure Pagliano server had nothing on it

March 7, 2015: PRN adds security (TLS and disabling public-facing VPN page) to server

March 9, 2015: Mills informs Combetta about preservation requestion

March 25, 2015: Conference call between PRN and Clinton staff

March 25 to 31, 2015: PRN realizes they didn’t delete emails

March 2015: PRN actually changes retention, wipes emails

May 27, 2015: State receives order to post Clinton emails in rolling production

July 6, 2015: Referral on unauthorized disclosure

July 10, 2015: FBI begins full investigation

August 2015: W&C turns over Pagliano server, without revealing other equipment, transfer to PRN; computer turned on and off after use

August 2015: Datto informs PRN Clinton data being backed up to cloud, PRN orders Datto to discontinue

August 6, 2015: W&C turns over emails to FBI

October 5, 2015: Pagliano server produced to FBI

October 14, 2015: W&C confirms review of Apple server done, nothing found

October 16, 2015: W&C produces 2 BBs with no SIM or Secure Digital cards (footnote v) that weren’t those Hillary used

December 22, 2015: Brian Pagliano interview

January 7, 2016: Sid Blumenthal interview

January 29, 2016: Deadline for posting all Hillary emails

February 18, 2016: First Combetta interview

February 27, 2016: Jake Sullivan interview

February 29, 2016: State releases all emails

March 31, 2016: Lazar extradited

April 5, 2016: Huma Abedin interview

April 9, 2016: Cheryl Mills interview

May 3, 2016: Second Combetta interview, significantly different testimony

May 24, 2016: Heather Samuelson interview

May 26, 2016: Lazar interview

July 2, 2016: Hillary Clinton interview

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