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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.
  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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