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CC Wells

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  1. Hmm. The "Evernote searches for WORDS" doesn't pan out in my tests. See below, but first: The Evernote iOS app does exactly what I expect, which is find the note when I search for 500725. Some searches I tested: "corp.com" Expected to match part of an email address in a business card, but didn't. If I expand to the full domain, it matches (think blueparrotcorp.com), but the string in the business card is the full email address, like somebody@blueparrotcorp.com) Matched the word "Come" in an article clipped from the web, did not expect this. "New York" Expected to match "New Yorker" and did I guess overall, what I expect is to match the string of characters as entered, perhaps "preferring" results that are whole word, but not ignoring something with 3 (three!) possible targets to match. I see plenty of examples of partial word (i.e. character) matches.
  2. I created a new note by scanning a receipt. On the receipt, I have handwritten the number 500725. I named the note RECEIPT__500725. I renamed the scanned receipt attachment RECEIPT__500725. If I enter 500725 into the search box, I expect to find this receipt - either by the Note Name, the Attachment Name, or the handwritten content (which I realized has to make a round-trip to Evernote's OCR Magic before it will work) - however the search returns 0 results. Surely the Mac Evernote client isn't so broken as to not be able to find a new note by its name?
  3. Please add me to the list of Premium customers that want the option to remove the "Sent from Evernote" footer from emails sent by the Evernote desktop client. Thanks!
  4. Please add me to the list of Premium customers that want the option to remove the "Sent from Evernote" footer from emails sent by the Evernote desktop client. Thanks!
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