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mgudites

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  1. Thanks, and FWIW, I put in a support ticket the other day (haven't heard back yet). #811441
  2. Nothing major has changed since the last time it worked correctly. I'm running Yosemite now but it worked for a while after that install. I have never moved or redirected anything. I'm using the default install and the default path for all the files.
  3. This doesn't look like an Evernote error msg to me -- looks like a Mac OS error. It looks like a networking error to me. You may need to restart your Mac and/or your SAN. This ONLY happens when I open Evernote. It's been happening for a month, and I've rebooted the Mac a number of times.
  4. I hadn't before. I just did and that works without issue. Desktop version is still doing it, though.
  5. I am getting this message from the OS (screenshot attached) twice whenever I open up Evernote, additionally when I go to various screens in Evernote (for example, "Preferences"). It's been happening for a while. Running up-to-date Yosemite, as well as the latest release of Evernote. I tried deleting Evernote and reinstalling, same issue. I'm not sure why it's trying to look at this server at all. Evernote is installed locally, I haven't put any pieces of Evernote onto this remote server. It IS a valid IP address for my SAN at at home, but there's nothing on there that it would be accessing anyway. The error comes up no matter where I am, no matter whose network I'm on. I've been using Evernote for years and it's the first time I've ever seen anything like this.
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