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steve.solari

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  1. I found this discussion through a web search because I was looking for the same thing (I'd like to transfer out all my bookmarks into another service and de-clutter Evernote). I'm not sure there is a size: parameter to search (didn't see one on the grammar page in the original post) but if we could combine source:web.clip and some kind of size: attribute it might help, since bookmarks should be inherently smaller than a full page of clipped material. Then we could search all web clips less than X kb/mb and at least narrow down the field of bookmark-only candidates to tag/move/export. (?)
  2. I just installed the new Outlook for Mac yesterday and I'm glad I did. The old 2011 version was really bloated and clunky on my machine. The new one feels slick, clean, and fast by comparison. But in fairness, I only loaded one email account into it instead of the 2 or 3 that I had on the previous version. And that one account isn't as "mature" with hundreds of old archived messages (even with IMAP this slows things down). Plus I just upgraded to OS X Yosemite. Regardless though, I'm running an old pre-unibody Macbook Pro and the new Outlook is one of the faster apps working on my mac now. I'm pretty shocked to say that since previously Outlook on Mac was my most-hated app. So I say go for it! If you don't like it, spin back to a previous Time Machine backup.
  3. When I forward an email from Gmail or from an office Outlook account, the entire message doesn't get captured into the note. Just the header information - From, To, Subject, Date. Then the rest is blank. But when I click the Evernote button in Outlook to capture the message it works fine. This has been happening for a few weeks now. It doesn't matter if I use a service like IFTTT, have Gmail filter and forward automatically, or if I forward a message manually. Not sure that it happens EVERY time, but often. It seems like the message sends, but the contents don't completely arrive.
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