I use Gmail + TSW and do it this way. I have installed the Google Docs script described here: http://www.labnol.org/internet/auto-forward-gmail-messages/20665/ What this script allows me to do is process my Gmail inbox by labelling all emails I want forward to Evernote with the "Evernote" label I set up in gmail. I can label incoming emails manually or with Gmail filters. All these labelled emails are automatically sent to Evernote. I then archive all processed email in Gmail to arrive at zero inbox (without deleting the original emails). This script makes it really easy to get emails to Evernote just by applying a label to the emails you want forward. The real power happens when you set up filters to automatically send certain emails to EN. Want all your TPS reports automatically to be sent to EN? Set up the filter to apply the "Evernote" label to those emails and it's done. The only downside to this is that by sending a bunch of emails to evernote in bulk, you do not specify notebooks or tags in the email subject line. The emails will all end up in your default EN notebook and you must organize / move / tag them in EN. I have found this to be a very workable solution for Gmail users like me to use TSW. Gmail + Evernote + the TSW system (using the Getting Things Done methodology) has really changed my life! It uses the minimum number of tools (two! Gmail + Evernote) and as long as you work the system, nothing falls through the cracks. I watched the TSW videos a bunch of times and basically use their exact tag structure. It's awesome!