Posted 22 June 2012 - 11:29 AM
Hi. The best way to see what these emails look like is to send one to yourself. They don't go out through your mail client, and they are branded for Evernote; but if you have a search around the forums you should find some ideas about how to avoid this. Mainly they boil down to: either save your note as a file and send that out manually, mail from Evernote to yourself and forward it on; or just send from Evernote. Bear in mind also that you could just share a note with someone rather than sending an email. Your information is still Evernote branded, but you can always put a logo and heading in the note to personalise it.
You can have a copy of any emails sent by ticking the "CC me in on the mail" box in Evernote, or by one of the other methods above.
I use Evernote constantly but don't speak for them. Opinions here are my own based (more or less) on age, experience, and common business sense.
Evernote read what's posted here, and take it into consideration setting priorities; they don't normally comment on individual cases, or offer any forecasts or promises on whether or when a new feature might be released.
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