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  1. Hello people, I'm glad to tell you that my database was not lost! I've made the backups and tested to import some notes, before letting the wipeout happen. That must have bumped the local database timestamp. So when EN synced, it didn't erase any of the notes. Moreover, all the notes where synced without taking up the monthly quota (it took some time of course). So, in short, when having a last standing database (even when the notes have been erased on the servers): 1) First, don't let EN sync, by disconnecting from the Internet. 2) Backup the database up at CalS said:
  2. Thank you DTLow and CalS for your prompt responses. Will try that next week, when I get to use my laptop again. It may be a good chance to do some clean up when exporting, in order to decrease the upload volume. Thanks again, will report back next week.
  3. Hi Evernote team, I just formatted my computer (the Windows partition), but left my EN database untouched at some path at D:\application-data\Evernote. I launched EN without reinstalling (the program was still there at D:\programs\Evernote), and it asked me to log in. I logged in to my account, so EN started syncing my notes. To prevent EN from downloading all my stuff from servers, I changed the database location to D:\application-data\Evernote. To my surprise, and without any prompt, EN replaced my entire database with the "fresh" one, which is strictly newer, and from the same acc
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