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J24

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  1. This used to work perfectly -- drag an email out of mac mail and into Evernote thus creating a note and including a link back to the original email. This was probably my most used feature. Then it broke (over a year ago). The drag to desktop and then to evernote does work, but it adds two steps and is a pain (drag the email out to the desktop, drag into evernote, delete the email on the desktop). Please! Please! Please! Fix this so that it works again the way it used to. Drag an email into evernote, creating the note and preserving a link back to the original email. I will pay more money for just this one feature!!!!
  2. I used to be able to drag an email from Mac Mail onto the Evernote icon on the dock and it would create an Evernote Note which was conveniently linked back to the original email. This was HUGELY helpful. For the past several weeks it doesn't work anymore. Anyone know why that doesn't work and if I can fix it somehow? Was this deliberately changed in Evernote?
  3. Can you PLEASE put the "email note" button back where it was or include as a sharing option off the SHARE button? I get you want to increase membership by tempting work chat note recipients to sign up upon receiving a shared note. But, you have created a hassle for many of your loyal EXISTING users who use the email note function quite a bit. Everyone at Evernote uses Evernote and you all are understandably very enthusiastic about your service. But strange as it may sound, not everyone in the world lives in Evernote. Like a lot of my colleagues and family members. They don't want to sign up. They just want the content I sent them. If they wanted to be users, they would have already signed up. Thanks.
  4. Can you PLEASE put the "email note" button back where it was or include as a sharing option off the SHARE button? I get you want to increase membership by tempting work chat note recipients to sign up upon receiving a shared note. But, you have created a hassle for many of your loyal EXISTING users who use the email note function quite a bit. Everyone at Evernote uses Evernote and you all are understandably very enthusiastic about your service. But strange as it may sound, not everyone in the world lives in Evernote. Like a lot of my colleagues and family members. They don't want to sign up. They just want the content I sent them. If they wanted to be users, they would have already signed up. Thanks.
  5. Chungwasoft has released a production version of "Evermail" http://www.chungwasoft.com/evermail/ which appears to solve a long standing frustration I have of getting emails from my mac email client into Evernote while maintaining a link back to the email. Are you using it? If so, does it work? Do you think it is secure and why do you think it's secure? My security concern is if I'm moving an email to Evernote from mac mail via Evermail, how do I know a copy isn't going off to the NSA and a server in the People's Republic of China? Yes, I know I can forward an email to Evernote, but that doesn't maintain a link back and it requires an internet connection when you do it which I don't always have available when I'm working offline. And yes, I know Postbox does this reasonably well but after a year of using Postbox I had other problems with it and went back to mac mail. And yes, I know Veritrope has a script you can run but it's a kluge as well. About once a quarter I go looking for a solution secretly hoping Evernote has tackled this but they never do. Evermail is the first solution I've found in 18 months of looking... Thanks!
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