Look for more questions about President Obama's e-mail set-up in the days ahead.
So far, the White House is declining to say whether Obama has the kind of private e-mail account that former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton did, citing security concerns.
"We have made clear that part of the security precautions we take around that e-mail account is not talking about it much publicly," said White House spokesman Eric Schultz said.
The White House is stressing that all of Obama's e-mails are being kept and recorded.
"The President's expectation when sending or receiving an e-mail from any Cabinet Secretary is that's going to be preserved, maintained, and archived in accordance with the Federal Records Act," Schultz said.
Still, people will continue to ask whether Obama uses a government or personal e-mail account.
White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest's next briefing is at noon on Wednesday.