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Rcarter

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  1. I'm using Windows 7 Professional and outlook 2013. I figured a out a trick using inqloud.net. It costs $1.99 a month but it works really well. Inqloud creates and email address that is specific to each evernote folder. I then went into my outlook and created a rule that would automatically forward any emails with a certain subject line to the evernote email address that inqloud gives me. It wasn't too hard to figure out and you can even customize the email a little bit using aliases. You need a google account to use inqloud because it creates a contact in your gmail for every evernote folder you have. If you have any questions let me know but it's been really helpful for our company. Now anytime a technician sends a PO request he sends it to that department they automatically get added to evernote.
  2. I was able to figure it out and it seems to be working great. Inqloud isn't quite clear on what it does for the end-user. My only problem now is that my outlook isn't automatically forwarding my messages to the aliases I created.
  3. I would like to automatically forward certain emails into specific notebooks in my evernote. Right now I have to manually forward them.
  4. I know that you can email directly to EN using your EN email as well as @ and # to assign it to notebooks and tags, but currently the only way I can do this is to have quick step in my outlook that I manually apply to each individual email that I receive. I would like to have an auto-rule that automatically forwards certain e-mails to a specific evernote folder. Maybe this is something for an outlook forum. I looked into evernote filing but I couldn't figure it out.
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