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ndaara

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  1. I found out about this from friends who know I use Evernote for everything; no email, I don't do Twitter, and haven't been on facebook in a couple of days. Changed my password on the web, no problem. Changed it on my windows machines, no problem. Android devices refused to sync, and did not offer "authentication error" to allow a new password entry. They just informed me that "sync failed"... so in a fit of frustration I just logged out, even knowing that I have thousands of notes stored locally.... This is really frustrating =/ In the end my android tablet crashed. After a paperclip reset, I did receive the "authentication error" and was able to enter my new password easily - but that option was not available earlier, before I "logged out" and erased everything local. Good thing this didn't happen a few weeks ago when I was out of town and using someone else's metered connection! All this frustration is worthwhile if my data remains safe, and I do appreciate the quick response from the Evernote team. Just posting my experience.
  2. Hello, I am having this issue as well, however here are the differences: Outlook 2007 Windows XP Evernote add in appears in the "disabled" area, and re-enabling it refuses to let Outlook load until a reboot. This has happened off and on in the past, it was always fixed by uninstalling and reinstalling evernote. This time, it's not working (have tried several times). No 64 bit anything on that computer. Are there other potential conflicts? I used this functionality many times a day when it was working and find I miss it terribly. Thank you for any assistance!
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