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  1. I had this exact same issue on Mac OS 10.13.6 on Evernote 7.2.2. The steps above did not resolve my issue. The "Troubleshooter -> Recreate Full Text Search Index" just hung there and it wasn't doing anything according to the "Activity Log..." This is what I had to do to resolve it. Uninstall Evernote by dragging the app into "Trash" Empty your "Trash" bin Now, in your Finder, and do a search on "evernote" The "com.evernote.Evernote" should appear in your search results With your cursor over that folder, do a two finger click and select "Get Info" Double-click on the folder icon under "Preview" (if a new Finder window doesn't open up, you may need to go to your existing Finder window, highlight another folder other than "com.evernote.Evernote", and then go back to the Get Info window and double-click in the preview folder) A new Finder window should open up. It should have "com.evernote.Evernote" highlighted, and its parent folder "CoreData" highlighted. Scroll to the left to get to the "Container" folder Within the "Container" folder, you'll find two folders that start with "com.evernote". Delete both of these folders (and all their subfolders). (DO NOT delete the "Container" folder) Empty your "Trash" bin Restart your machine. This should completely remove all of your previous data associated with Evernote. Once your Mac is restarted, open your AppStore and reinstall Evernote Login with your Evernote account. At this point, your fresh install of Evernote should sync and reindex all your notes. This worked for me. Hope this works for all of you. Please note, this is what worked for me. You're doing this at your own risk.
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