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  1. Okay. Thanks. I look forward to when more information is available.
  2. That is great! Thank you for the detailed response. What about the first two items?
  3. Thanks so much for the quick reply! That is good news! Thanks!
  4. I didn't realize that! That is BAD. Very, very bad. Agreed!!! That is a very serious problem!
  5. Good questions! I also would like to know the answers to these questions.
  6. This sounds as though we cannot specify the location of the DB in the new EN. If so, this could be a deal breaker for me because I was planning to store sensitive data in EN and I need to be able to store the EN DB in an encrypted space (possibly a TrueCrypt volume) for maximum security. With EN 2.2 I can do that fine, but it sounds like currently I would not be able to do that in the new version of EN.
  7. +1 regarding security/privacy concerns. I also was considering using EN for customer/client data because of its great abilities to search inside of scanned images (such as forms that have been filled out by hand). While the sync options are nifty, it could be disastrous if there were ever a programming mistake that made everyone's private notebooks public, even for a brief period of time. I wish that there were an encryption option wherein we could define our own key, much like what Mozy does with their back up service. In the same vein, it would be wonderful if the new EN were HIPAA compliant.
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