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Kaelaan

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  1. Same here, it stopped a couple of weeks ago. I'm wondering if it's an issue with the account data itself. I have had an account for several years - so there may be something different about my own account data versus a new user. It is making me wonder if they are manually correcting the individual user accounts that are affected.
  2. I currently access Evernote on 2 computers, my phone as well as my tablet. I have been getting about 10-15 notifications per day. Sometimes I get the email that people are mentioning. Every time I open the Evernote application, I get a popup asking me to confirm my email address. Every time I open the android app on either my phone or tablet, I get the same popup asking me to confirm my email address. Usually a couple times a day, I receive a notification on my phone or tablet (a standard tone and vibrate Android notification) - that asks for me to confirm my email address. Although I can send the emails into my spam folder, as a paying subscriber - I could miss out on something in the future if I do. Also, there is no way to shut off the notifications on the phone or tablet. It is getting to the point, where I may simply uninstall the Android applications and only use Evernote via a web browser (Chrome) on my tablet. I really shouldn't have to look down at my phone every few hours because of an obvious issue with the confirmation logic not properly updating the LastConfirmed (or whatever it is named) field in the Evernote account/user database. The popups in the application don't bother me that much. I expect that every time I open the application, I have to hit confirm. Then it won't ask me again until I close the application. It's the Android notifications getting as annoying as a spam text message.
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