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  1. I want to be able to make sure my Evernote files are on my hard drive in some additional place, aside from Evernote on my Mac, in case Evernote ever goes belly-up. I asked about this on a help ticket and got this response: You can use your desktop apps while being offline, however you do need to use Evernote to see your documents. If you sync them, you can always see them on our WebClient too. You could also (as a backup) put them in a compressed file and add a password to that file. This requires 3rd party tools and has nothing to do with Evernote. Looks like backing up to a compressed file is the way to go. (Unless someone has a better option?) I'd love to know what folks are using to back up the files, since it's not something you can do with the Evernote software, apparently. Thanks! Kathy P.S. A broader question... Just how concerned about this do we need to be? I know many of us are scanning documents to Evernote and then shredding the hard copy. I see that mentioned on a lot of productivity/organization blogs. I love the idea of an almost-paperless office, but I don't want to lose my data.
  2. Hi! I enjoy Evernote, but can t help but feeling that I should have a local backup of my notes in a non proprietary format to feel comfortable being entierly dependent on it. I do want to take that step, which is why I created this topic. Which ways does exist today to automatically export all my notes (and preferably Notebooks) into ODF or HTML? All ways are of interest! Both local solutions and cloud based solutions which performs the export into Dropbox, Box, Google Drive etc. Does my account type matter? I'm a software developer. Is it technically possible to create this myself? Is it allowed under the EULA?
  3. Hello, I am wondering if someone can tell me what the name of Penultimate's backup "package" would be called, within my most recent iPad backup in iTunes? I have iPhone Backup Extractor and am viewing the huge list of individual app packages (with names like "com.atebits.ios.Letterpress" and such) but I cannot find in the list anything to do with Penultimate. There are a number of very cryptically named packages, so I am hoping it's not one of those, but I am doubting it is given that both Evernote and Cocoabox wouldn't likely have been that... confusing in the way they named their backup. Unfortunately there is no way for me to copy the list and run a text search for a particular text string, otherwise I could dig for it that way. I'm hoping that someone here can tell me what the name of the package is so I can at least pinpoint it in the list. Thank you in advance, -Neil
  4. Hi there, is there any app or script able to go through all my notes and extract their attached files? Currently, if you go to [ Library / Application Support / Evernote ] and then back up the 'data' directory there, you end up with a nice structure but full of randomly named folders; Evernote relies in some kind of random generated database structure. For the sake of my own internal peace, I would like to backup my attachments with their original name. Since the Mac version does not feature folder import, I've ended up modifying my workflow and I use ScanDrop which, right now, does not keep a local copy unfortunatelly thus ever since I moved to the Mac, I no longer keep a local pdf copy of my scanned docs. I would appreciate your comments. Thanks a million in advacne, Marc
  5. Hi All, Finally decided to take the plunge and move my document library into Evernote. After a couple of days of extensive reading I am satisfied that this is the right application for me. I use a Mac and I have the website version (not app store) of Evernote. I have read a number of discussions on this forum as to the location of the database but I cannot find it. Please note this is likely a user error so simple instructions would help I am asking this because I back up all my computers to Crashplan and I want to ensure that this the local evernote database is included in the regular backup. Thanks in advance for your help, Chris
  6. I currently have Evernote installed on a Windows XP SP3 machine, including several local notebooks. I now am ready to abandon windows and move to my MacBook Pro. I already have all the synchronized notebooks on my MacBook Pro, but I'd like to figure out how to move my local notebooks over. Is there a way to back up the entire structure on my Windows PC and then import that backup on the Mac?
  7. Hi there, I am going to re-load my Mac OS Lion, and like to backup my Evernote files. However, I don't find any Evernote folder in the Library/Application Support. My Evernote has already been synced on the web - will I lose my Evernote contents if I reload my Mac OS without saving the Evernote file that is located on my MacBook? Last question - Is my Evernote file named as evernote.enex? I found this via spotlight, and this file is only 15kb. Thank you very much in advance for all the help here. Nick.
  8. Hello everyone, I've been trying to solve this problem myself unsuccessfully so i'd appreciate any help very much! I restored my mac osx 10.6.8 entirely and i've been told at the genius bar, that by using time machine (as I do) I should be able to restore all my data. So far so good. But now that I need to use evernote (you do not quiet realise how much stuff you have to reinstall/ setup again until you do...) I am facing a problem. In the EN export/ import directory it says that either backing up using TM or exporting notes into an archive would do. As I was not aware that i would have to do any of this so safe my data I was glad I am actually used to using TM. So I got the data folder from ~users/library... and c+p it into the current evernote folder. Actually following the steps in the manual I now have to open EN to archive those notebooks I just c+p. Seeing the flaw in there? It might work if I archive the notebooks before c+p them but this way they either do not show up at all or evernote keeps crashing when trying to open it up. So are my notebooks lost or is there another/ a way of restoring my notebooks? P.S. I never signed in with EN when opening the application, so there is no chance of an online version of my notebooks. To clear things up: I have never exported my notebooks into an archive, I only have my time machine ~users/library/application support/evernote/data (.enml files) Sorry for my limited english, it is not my first language
  9. I recently exported all my notes from Evernote just to have a backup. Then I tried importing them into Evernote again to see how that works. And I noticed that they all get imported into the same notebook called Import something. This means that in the potential case of losing a lot/all of my notes from EN somehow, if I import my backup file, I have to reorganize them again into the original notebooks and stacks. And since a have quite a lot of notes, not only that this is a daunting task, but I don't even remember what notebook each note used to be in. Is there a way to get around this? Your feedback is highly appreciated, Eduard
  10. I need to backup to my USB drive. But will not use Export command, since it is a crappy command, very confusing. Where is EN stored on my HD ?
  11. On Mac, is there a way to to run the export-notebook command from the command-line? I'd like to integrate it into a cron script that backs up my Evernote. Something like the following would be ideal some_evernote_command --notebook "Some Notebook" --outfile ~/outfile.xml Thanks!
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