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  1. I belong to a list serve and many of those on it use outlook. I use thunderbird and generally forward important emails to evernote to get them off my mail server. When I try to do this with emails from teh list, I get the following error. My mail server tech support says evernote is rejecting this. While I can move these one by one onto the desktop, or save them one by one as txt files, that really takes way too long and doesn't work. Is there a way to forward these to evernote without a hassle? I haven't tried sending as a zip file, I want to read them, not just store them. This message has been rejected because it has a potentially executable attachment "ENFMessage.eml" This form of attachment has been used by recent viruses or other malware. If you meant to send this file then please package it up as a zip file and resend it.
  2. Checked settings, I am set to send inline, as the article suggests. No luck. No idea what is going on.
  3. Yes I read the link, and perhaps the confusion is in my original statement. I have taken the attachment and printed it to a pdf. There is no longer anything having to do with an eml. The attachment, as a pdf, if rejected by Evernote. I have the pdf files on a different machine; I will see if the inline option mentioned in that article is the setting used on that machine, but I don't know why it would matter. There is no .eml attachment to cause the problem, and I don't see how the problem can survive the conversion to a pdf. I am apparently missing something here.
  4. I am aware of the problem with eml files. That's why it is printed to a pdf before being sent to evernote. It is the pdf that is rejected.
  5. A thunderbird attachment comes in as an .eml file. Apparently outlook generates these and other problematic attachments. I take the page and print it to pdf. Evernote still rejects it with the above error. How can a pdf be potentially executable and how do I fix it?