Hillary Clinton email release reveals an inside look at State Dept life

  • U.S. Vice President Joseph Biden (R) shakes hands with Secretary of State Hillary Clinton (L) as her husband former President Bill Clinton (2nd L), her daughter Chelsea (3rd L) and her mother Dorothy Rodham (4th L) look on during her ceremonial swearing-in at the State Department February 2, 2009 in Washington, DC. Alex Wong, Getty Images

    Of Hillary Clinton's nearly 3,000 pages of emails released Tuesday night by the State Department, a vast portion seemed less concerned with politics than with the mundane aspects of office life. But while information about Benghazi may have been lacking in these emails -- the majority date back to before the 2012 terrorist attack in Libya -- what they do provide is a look into the everyday challenges for the secretary of state.

    CBS News take a look at some of these more notable difficulties, including "twittering," well-intentioned teasing from former diplomats, and the intricacies of office technology: