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  1. So. Punting this out to the general audience to see if anyone has ideas. I'm trying to set up a filter in Gmail to forward emails to Evernote via my Filterize account, which can assign them to different notebooks and maybe carry out different processing as appropriate. (Yes, I could use my Evernote email address, but I can't change the subject line of the forwarded email so all directly-forwarded emails go into my default notebook.) I'm sure I've had this working before, but while I can 'verify' the email address to Gmail by picking up a code (from the resulting note) that they sent there, using the same email address as a filter just doesn't work. At first I thought it was my fault. Then Evernote. Then Filterize; but... I reset my Evernote address and deleted all the filters I had set up to start from scratch. I verified that email sent to my new address does appear as a note. I added that note to my forwarding addresses in Gmail, and was able to receive the code they send out. Then, using the same target email I set up a filter: if Gmail receives a mail from this address, send it to my account; and run that filter against the 1 email already found. Result: Nope. Nuttin'. Nada. No forwarding happens. The same email to the same email address, and it forwards if I do this 'manually' while setting up a filter, but the resulting filter does not work. Tried filtering to my 'other' Gmail account so I could verify any differences in email headers. But that doesn't work either. So this looks like a purely Gmail Filter problem - I can set up a forwarding address, but forwarding by filter no longer works for me. I will check my Gmail settings to see if there's something hinky in here, but if anyone has any ideas or can contribute anything - even that their gmail forwarding works, I'd be very grateful!! Apologies for whinging into your day with my problems! If I find the cure I'll post more... <mutter, mutter, mutter>...
  2. Since few week I am having this problem: when I forward a mail to my evernote account from gmail I face this problem: 1. I can see the correct new note with the mail text and attachments in the web interface 2. In the desktop client a new note is created (with the title of the mail subject) but the note is empty: NO mail text, NO attachments Note that I can a small preview of the mail in the snippet column. Any hints? Windows10, client 6.7.5 Thanks, Gianluca
  3. Hi all, I've the following issue. As for some years I was subscribed to premium EN (now I'm using the basic package once more) I used to forward my mails from (gmail/work email/etc.) to EN. Now, I don't need to forward mails as my work does not require it. So how to stop forwarding mail? I've tried to stop it by changing my EN mail-address, and this is the message I'm getting. We couldn’t deliver your message The emailed note was received, but Evernote did not understand the email address. It may have been mistyped, or the user may not exist. Please check to make sure the address was properly entered. So my question is how to stop forwarding of mails completely? Best regards, Svetoslav
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