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BarclayB

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  1. I don't understand why this idea was more or less shouted down by a moderator via criticism of phrasing. Isn't the point of this forum to suggest and advocate for new ideas which are by definition opinions? This feature is a great idea, in MY opinion and I found this forum entry because I was searching for this function! I put many things in Evernote that I plan "to read" and one way of reading them is have them read out via text to speech while I'm driving or puttering around the house. So much the better if text from an included pdf or other attached file could be read out as well! I would also agree that this is probably fairly low on the effort scale for implementation, based on a few decades of software development experience. Just my opinion Any other +1's on this, or is there a workaround to accomplish it?
  2. I have the same need. I want to create an EN note from a Lotus Notes email. The reason that forwarding it to my EN email address doesn't meet the need is security. At least sometimes, the email is a company email and it needs to stay within the company email infrastructure and can't just be sent out to an outside email address (even one of mine). My intention is to copy the email to a LOCAL EN database. I have found that putting my EN database on a portable hard drive and taking it from computer to computer works fine. I do lose the ability to access those EN notes from my mobile or the web, but it's still good, and it meets corporate policy. So, anyone developed maybe a Lotus Notes script to create an EN Note from one (or multiple) emails, just like the Outlook add-in does? Thanks!
  3. I'm looking for exactly this too. I'm also an IBMer. Any input on how to do it? Thanks!
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