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    I have the current beta installed on my mobile and the search function has stopped working. I have uninstalled and reinstalled and still nothing. When I start a search it looks like it is trying but nothing comes back. Huawei P20 Pro.
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    I sometimes forward an email to my evernote account to create a Note but I also sometimes find it more efficient to bcc an email to my evernote. However, if I bcc I end up having an email created Note in Evernote that does not have any headers and really on a glance does not even look like an email. Is there a simple way to make a bcc email created Note look like a forwarded email with headers? Thank you for any tips.
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    I push a ton of customer emails into EN by BCCing my EN address. However this method leaves out all of the header info (To, From , Date/Time sent etc.) Having that information included in the note if very helpful... enough that I usually now take the step of sending the email normally, then going into my Sent folder and forwarding a copy to EN from there (the email program will put the original header info in the body of the email). Wondering if this is just me, or if others would find it helpful to have option of header information at top notes created by emailing into your account ?
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    Hi, I'm using evernote for project organization (sic ) So every mail I sent to a client went bcc to my evernote account. But what I'm really missing is the From:, To:, and Date: header information of the mail: from which of my accounts did I sent the mail to whom and when? Evernote picks already the Subject: mail header and put it in the title of the note. So it should be easy to pick the other header information and put them in the body of the note. These days I sent the mail to the client, go to the Sent folder and forward the mail to evernote. That's not productive! Regards, Carsten.
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    I was thinking more about this - https://help.evernote.com/hc/en-us/articles/115007357168-Note-Template-Eisenhower-Matrix - which has some nicely colour-coded sections for different topics, or something similar using one colour table per table of contents note. Sorry about that - if the link above works*, there are lots more references to dozens of pages about templates. *Edit: I saved the post, then checked the link. It works for me! 😎
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    Thanks Gazumped. Memo to Evernote: it's 2019 already. There are a world of users outside of the US who other software products have been supporting with dictionaries for many, many years. Sad to see another reason Evernote is falling behind the competition. What this says to me as a user is that Evernote don't care about me. I'm not saying this tolik be grumpy, although I feel it, I"m saying it as I've been a long, longtime user of this product & would really like it to survive. But, it seems more and more that Evernote is pushing me away. first the pricing for small users has jumped significantly (more significant if there's an OS exchange rate), and now this confirmation that there is still no English variant outside of US being catered for.
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    Nevermind, I found it. The table is called "fts"
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    Have a look into templates - Evernote's own, or a home-baked version. If you're creating a database it would be useful to have an easy way to demark different levels of information - indexes -vs- facts forinstance.
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    Please do not only think about Evernote. There have been several breaches with the copying of a wealth of user-PW-combinations over the years (none of them directly with Evernote !). These databases are available in the Internet for money to buy. When you use the same user for several accounts, is is just the PW between your data and the bad guys. If you reused or only slightly modified your PW, then the danger is real. If your EN account is now save by changing PW, employing 2-FA etc., then try to fix all the other accounts that may be at risk. And start to use a good PW-Manager that will help you NOW to create and save strong PWs for all your accounts.
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    Having done all things IT for many years, it is disheartening not only that this is going on for so long (and making mobile access unusable), but that the official answer is "install this app from a rando third party site / AWS Dropbox, then enter the password that rules your life". Is it legitimate? Most likely. Is it sketchy when messing with your most critical data? Yep. Did someone figure out how we will be notified when we can reinstall from the Play store?
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    well, its a major inconvenience having this issue going on for so long. guess its time to start up a google keep notes. Evernote please get back to the core and keep that working before trying to appease people who may or may not ever use your service.
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    I'm glad it works for you. 🙂 There are lots of services I'd pay $1 a month for, few at $5 or more monthly. Evernote-yes! G suite-yes!. Meetme.so -- yes! Each of these revolutionized my work and productivity. Paying as much for Filterize as for Gsuite, no. Well, we each have our profession, our budgets, our needs, our values. I don't want to wake up paying $1000 annually for tiny add ons. Of course I'll do the free trial and see if it is worth it to me. It might be! Thanks!
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    I frequently BCC evernote with important emails to keep a record. Recently, the imported note loses ALL header info. It only includes the subject line as the title and the body of the email as the body of the note. Obviously, this is not all the information I need. I must have a complete record of the email info: names and email addresses from the TO, CC, Date, Time, etc. This is critical to recording keeping. Without it, Evernote is useless for this purpose. If I forward an email to Evernote, all the data arrives complete, just as it use to do when BCC. I think this would be independent of the apps I use since it is coming from an email client into Evernote. The notes are the same whether viewed on my iPhone, iMac or via Web. The key data is missing in all cases. Please Evernote, fix this! It is vital.
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    Thanks @CalS! Hi All, You may have noticed that all threads requesting the ability to pin notes to the top of a notebook have been merged into this thread, regardless of platform specificity. This was done in order to better enable us to quantify and qualify user requests, and amplify their voice. While this does not mean this is a feature that will be coming, we certainly want to relay user feedback/sentiment to our various teams. Moving forward, please put all commentary and votes for the ability to pin notes to the top of a notebook here!
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    gazumped, I'm on Mac OS 10.12, Evernote Version 7.0.2, using Apply mail. After searching I found other threads about this going back many years. Seems like it should be an easy fix for Evernote. I'll use the Forward work around. It's just so much easier to BCC to ensure getting it into Evernote WHEN you are sending the email. gazumped and CalS, Thanks for your help.
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    I can't believe this is still a problem FOUR years later. Evernote is supposed to be our filing cabinet where we can store all critical information to have available at our fingertips. Can we at least find out why it is a problem and why it can't be implemented?
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    That is why I have decided not to get Evernote Business and Spaces. It is unfortunate that I cannot be a part of being on Spaces.
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    Yes, I'm having the same problem. I've tried both BCC and FW, and often get only the body and not the TO, DATE, and so on. It's important for some of these that I be able to say "I emailed you on {date} at {time} and did not get a response." Not having the date and all the TOs makes the "email into Evernote" useless for this sort of verification work. I will look at setting up yet another email address, and auto-forwarding that into Evernote -- but this certainly seems like a basic feature that should be included in the email-in capability.
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    That's the way I do it, but it's annoying. Too much unnecessary work and hey, Evernote should be a productivity tool So please, vote up my feature request, which made this work-around obsolete. Ciao, Carsten.
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    Thank you so much but unfortunately it won't help me. I cannot put extraneous stuff like that in the subject line when I email third parties. I have no problem emailing my mail to evernote, the problem only occurs when I try to bcc my evernote account and no amount of setting rules seems to work if I am to preserve the following info TO CC FROM DATE
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    Thank you. I do not for a moment suggest they should prioritise my needs over those of others. But this thread was started in 2014 by someone else asking for the same thing, it includes further contributions by other users also asking for the same thing. So clearly I am not alone. Yes by headers I mean To CC From Date
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    That works great for INBOUND email, but not for outbound email where you BCC your Evernote account. As the OP requested, we need an option for Evernote to put the email header info (To, From, cc, bcc, date sent) in the body of the Evernote Note. If have tried many other solutions, including IFTTT, Outlook rules, Outlook macros, and none worked. I'm referring to Outlook 2011 Mac. Outlook Win might work differently.
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    Please see my answer to your other post on this topic.
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    I do the same thing, and have the same requirement, except my needs go far beyond orders. I often send emails to clients, vendors, colleagues, etc. that I want to store in Evernote. I have tried exhaustively to find a workaround for the Mac, where I use Outlook 2011. I have been unable to create/find any rule or macro that will do this in Outlook 2011. Having this feature would be very helpful. Evernote developers: Please give us this feature/option on all platforms.
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    We would definetly like to have this as an option. Would be very very helpful to us.
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    We are using emails in notes that pertain to orders. Having all the info, from, to, date etc. would be very very helpful to us! Hope this can be made into at the very least a choice. Rick
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    I have this same frustration. I'd like to be able to bcc to my Evernote (for example contracts, key comminiques that need to be documented) and for the note that shows up in Evernote to have the "to" "from" "sent" (time & date) info attached to that note. Without that, you effectively have to send two different emails. The first to the intended recipient, then the next one a forward of that sent email to Evernote. This is more about documentation for me.
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    I stumbled across this yesterday - here is a EN blog entry with all the search options. http://blog.evernote.com/blog/2011/06/27/did-you-know-how-to-use-the-evernote-search-box/ Here is the part about date search:
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    I probably confused everyone. Sorry. And to answer your question: No. I'll try again.... If I forward an email, it arrives as an Evernote Note just like it would if it was in my email client. Subject is: Fwd: xxxxxx and in the body of the Note is the forwarded email complete with when forwarded and then in quotes the full email with its header on top. Identical to what I'd see in my email client. It would be nice to have the Note be without the quotes but it is OK for my purposes. It works well enough as the base for a Note in Evernote that I'm creating. However, if I bcc an email. I again get as a Note what I would as an email in my email client.... The subject and the body of the email. But I'd like more. I would like to have the header so I would know to whom and when the email is sent. That is missing since the headers of incoming emails to Evernote are not included. My workaround today is to send an email, not bcc and then forwarded that sent email to Evernote. That is OK but not very efficient and the extra step is one more opportunity for me to forget to send that email to Evernote. I hope this is clearer. Thanks for any ideas or a better workaround or just confirmation that what I'm doing is the only option. Thank you.
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    I would love to see this feature. I have the below macro running in Outlook so that *all* my sent emails are BCC'd to my evernote email account. I simply delete the new email notes that aren't important, curating them about 4 times a day. It may seem like a waste of time, but it means I never have to remember to either forward important emails after I've sent them or go and copy-paste them into a new note. I prefer it that way - the fewer things I have to remember to do the better. It's okay, because I can see *when* I sent the email from the date the note was created, but as mentioned above there is no indication of *who* I sent it to, other than 'Dear Bob'... This is the macro script, from here http://www.groovypost.com/howto/microsoft/how-to-automatically-bcc-in-outlook-2010 Private Sub Application_ItemSend(ByVal Item As Object, Cancel As Boolean)Dim objRecip As RecipientDim strMsg As StringDim res As IntegerDim strBcc As StringOn Error Resume Next ' #### USER OPTIONS ####' address for Bcc -- must be SMTP address or resolvable' to a name in the address bookstrBcc = "myevernoteemailaddress@m.evernote.com" Set objRecip = Item.Recipients.Add(strBcc)objRecip.Type = olBCCIf Not objRecip.Resolve ThenstrMsg = "Could not resolve the Bcc recipient. " & _"Do you want still to send the message?"res = MsgBox(strMsg, vbYesNo + vbDefaultButton1, _"Could Not Resolve Bcc Recipient")If res = vbNo ThenCancel = TrueEnd If
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    I agree, having an option in Evernote client to capture the email header info would be very helpful. I often use this same workflow of BCCing an email to my Evernote account. It is essential to capture the email header in this case.
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    I have to agree with the original poster. I can understand how some users might find benefit from the Evernote add-in in Outlook, but frankly I never use it. I'm sure I am the lesser for not recognizing and utilizing the magic of Evernote integrated in outlook. Don't get me wrong, I love Evernote - I just don't use it in that way. I probably wouldn't mind it being there except that every time an Evernote update comes in, and this is pretty frequently, (and I'm happy the support is there) I have to shut down whatever I'm doing in Outlook. I successfully removed the add-in, only to have it reinstated the next day when an Evernote update came in. Just sayin' - Evernote should not make mandatory changes in Outlook. Let the users make a choice.
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    using outlook 2007, it was almost impossible to find the Manage COM Add-ins (it's under the TOOLS \ Trust Center \ Add-Ins \ Manage COM Add-Ins (GO), then select the evernote add-in, and finally click on REMOVE ). oh, you also have to restart outlook after making this change. having said this, starting outlook on a reasonably high-powered PC took upwards of 90 seconds when evernote's outlook clipper/add-in was installed. once it was removed, outlook took less than 2 seconds to load. methinks evernote needs to do more testing to find out why its add-in (1) is so difficult to remove (i literally had to wander through damned-near EVERY setting possible), and (2) why having it installed would cause outlook to choke on itself on startup... as others here have stated, evernote is cool for note-taking, and the ability to "clip" from numerous places can be handy. HOWEVER, it should be easy to tell the product where and when. currently, it sucks in that regard. for what that's worth.
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    I'm glad you find the Outlook plugin useful, I'm sure many do. Evernote clearly agree that this is such a great feature that it should be force-fed to all Evernote users, alongside the clipper, browser plugins and what have you. All I'm saying is that some of us may want to use Evernote purely as a note-taking facility, and need to keep background services to a minimum to keep our old laptops runnning reasonably smoothly. Thoughtful software developers tend to give you a choice on what extra features to install alongside the core application.
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    dddbug, thanks for your posts. I strongly suspect it's Evernote being ever so persistent, not an Outlook bug. If you untick and remove the OneNote plugin, it's gone for good, if you do the same with the Evernote plugin, it comes back when re-starting Outlook. Your trick with removing the dll (EvernoteOL.dll) works, but the user clearly shouldn't have to resort to such measures. Evernote is a fantastic note-taking tool, but a little consideration for all of us who aren't able to fork out for new powerful laptops and have to manage application sprawl would be very decent.
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    Office 2010 and EN 4.6.1 here, on Win7 x64. The EvernoteOL add-in is indeed in the add-ins list - but in Manage COM add-ins popup dialog it is _not_checked. More over, I've deleted the DLL, all the same. Not sure it's worth an expletive... maybe, a bug in Outlook? -- dd
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    Also trying to be nice, and will desist from usage of asterisked out expletives, but the suggested solution doesn't work, next time you start Outlook the bloody (not an expletive) add-on is back to ticked! I concur with RioREN, computers would be better devices if software could just stick to its primary purpose and not slide its tentacles into everything it can get hold of!! Especially without giving the user a choice (e.g., uninstall module can only remove Evernote completely, not modify)
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    Hi All, We’ve recently identified an issue that may prevent some users from being able to login to the Evernote Discussion Forums and Evernote Help & Learning. Users who encounter this issue will see this error message whenever they try to login to the forums or the help & learning center: If you are encountering this issue, verifying your email address should fix the issue as a workaround until we have determined a more permanent solution. To manually verify your email address, please do the following: Go to www.evernote.com/Login.action, and login to your Evernote Account Create a new note Click on Share in the upper right hand corner Enter an email address to share the note (You won’t actually be sharing the note) Then click Send if you’re on the old web client, or click Send Invitation if you’re using the new Evernote Web Once you click send, you will receive the prompt: Click on Verify Email, which will send a verification email to the email address associated with your Evernote Account Check your email for a message titled Verify your Evernote email address Open the verification email, and click on Verify now to complete the verification Once completed, retry signing into the Evernote Discussion Forums or Evernote Help & Learning
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