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  1. Thanks all. I have a App Store downloaded app. I managed to offline restore my data from `~/Library/Containers/com.evernote.Evernote/Data/Library/Application\ Support/com.evernote.Evernote/accounts/www.evernote.com/` Then I exported each and every notebook separately. Later on, I went online and imported each an every notebook. Wish this was a straight forward export/import process.
  2. I did sign out from old MacOS EN before going ahead with new MacOS EN ordeal. I can see old MacOS EN files at: `~/Library/Containers/com.evernote.Evernote/Data/Library/CoreData/com.evernote.Evernote/` Can this data be used to restore the EN to the original state in old or new MacOS EN?
  3. I installed a fresh copy of MacOS on another SSD. I had some local notebooks and some synchronized notebooks in my old MacOS Evernote. I took a .enex backup hoping that it'll restore all my notes into their respective notebooks in the new MacOS Evernote. I signed in to Evernote in my new MacOS and it downloaded a lot of synchronized notebooks. Since I couldn't have my local notebooks restored from my server version so I did an *Import All notes* from a .enex backup file. It restored all the notebook, local and synchronized, in a newly created notebook. I needed a quick way to or
  4. Yes, every Evernote user knows that local notes in EN can't be created without Local Notebooks. As mentioned in detail, if I re-install Evernote now, it simply re-creates the database without recreating local notes/Local Notebooks present in the original database. So now my mac osx has two EN databases in the path listed in my post above: previous one with all synchronized + local notebooks and the second (migrated/recreated one) with only synchronized notebooks but without local notebooks.
  5. On my macbook, I faced a problem with my Evernote, it crashed and was not opening. Later on, I realized the problem was mainly because of a malware eating my RAM. By mistake, I moved the EN app from Applications folder to Trash bin. After that I restarted my Mac and restored my Evernote app from Trash bin. Sadly, it did not recognize my local notes. I've TimeMachine backup of my local notebooks database and I've also scanned my Mac for any infections. I use App Store Evernote app. I see EN app creating another database of my notes while ignoring the previous one at : `~/Library/Containers
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