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arobulack

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  1. Thanks for the reply. So does look like the $50 is USD. I guess the price went up between April and November last year...? So maybe I'll just renew at that $50 rate in the app on my Mac. Can't be much more than the $70 in the app; and if that $70 is USD… ouch. Kinda wish they'd identify the currency in the renewal notices, though. That would make things easier.d
  2. I got a notice on all my devices yesterday that my Premium subscription had ended. I'm going to renew but the problem is the price on each device is different, so I'm confused: Evernote app on iPhone: $70 Evernote app on Mac: $50 Evernote web site: $58 Which is the correct one/cheapest one? Some might say $50, but what if that one's USD (I'm in Canada) and the others are CDN? Then the cheapest is the most expensive. I wrote a blog post about this matter, if anyone is interested: https://robulack.wordpress.com/2016/02/11/about-crazy-evernote-pricing/
  3. Is there a way to make the default Mac family of fonts available for formatting, rather than their Windows cousins. For example, I'm not a big fan of Arial, I'd prefer to use Helvetica to format my notes, but it's not available to me in the drop-down menu.
  4. I've recently had trouble sending notes to my Evernote account via email. I've tracked it down to a misconfiguration problem with the m.evernote.com domain. Each domain requires an MX record to identify to SMTP server where to send mail. However, the m.evernote.com domain does not have an MX record, only an A (address) record: http://www.dnsstuff.com/tools/lookup/?n ... 0e29f29014 This is causing some of the SMTP servers (like the excellent, free Zajoni) to fail to send to Evernote. Has anyone else had this problem?
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