I've got a related question. I just deleted the wrong notebook, didn't notice it until it was too late and it had propagated through all our machines but one iPad. So it's gone. But I have an old backup drive for my PC at an out-of-state place where I am going this summer. I think this backup drive may include my username.exb file found through Tools >> Options >> General. One problem is, it will be about two years old, but better than nothing. Along with everyone else, I had to change my password for Evernote recently. Does the old username.exb file from my PC have password protection? Or can I open it with the current Evernote program by going offline, changing the location of the .exb file to that on the old backup, exporting the missing notebook as notebk.enex, then going back to the current files and importing notebk.enex? Is Evernote going to allow me to substitute .exb files back and forth? If none of this works, does the iPad offer any opportunities to salvage the files? As far as I can tell, there are only headers stored in the iPad itself. Obviously, I can't open Evernote on it without being off the web, or else everything will be blown out. If anyone has any ideas, I'd be very grateful. Thanks!