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  1. The solutions above seemed difficult to implement but I just stumbled across this solution this week from Harry Osterveen and I have to say it is working better than any other Gmail to Evernote solution I've tried.   It does take a little upfront work in creating the appropriate tags in your Gmail account and installing the Google scripting code.   Using this script in addition to the native Gmail filters creates a powerful productivity tool.  You can forward selected emails based on Gmail filtering rules to your Evernote account and store them in the appropriate Notebook with pre-defined tags applied.   As a bonus, it puts includes important header information and a link in the new Evernote note that links directly back to the original email from Gmail.    I have tried the IFTTT service but not ideal for this task because it removes all formatting and attachments from Gmail messages forwarded in to Evernote and doesn't allow you to select notebook or tagging.   

     

     

    I also use the Harry Online solution.  Have been using it for months (They just released a version 3) to do this exactly.  There are many good things, fowards the emails, including attachments, and data as date, subject and CC.....and the best is that creates a hiperlink to the original email so after reading it in evernote I can go directly to the email in Gmail to reply it.  It is fantastic, very easy to setup and totally free.   Fully recommended!

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  2. More than a year after the first post the problem is still there. It may seem obviuos but there is very subtle difference between "delete" and "remove"...and in the Spanish version they even used the same word for both! "eliminar".  Is not to reopen the topic as a discussion, I just had the same problem as arjanbroere a few days ago and amazes me that this amtter is so old...and relatively easy.

     

    It should be included on the list of things to improve in a future version. 

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