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Last night I pasted a pdf version of an email (originally a SMS sent from my iPhone) from my Gmail account into one of my Evernote files. It overlayed and obliterated the entire file, which is of inestimable value. I couldn't locate an Undo function (which I discovered doesn't exist). I upgraded (twice) to be able to access Note History and restore my file to a previous day. I was told to click on an "i", but there wasn't one. I filed a complaint ticket with Evernote last night. I haven't heard back. The company has no phone number to call. I need help.
I have received four emails from Evernote in the past two days stating: "We have received a password change request for your Evernote account [xxxxx] from: Operating System/Browser: Android/other IP: 22.214.171.124 Estimated location: Hubei, China If you made this request, then please click on the link below. [Reset password] Reset Password This link will work for 2 hours or until you reset your password. If you did not ask to change your password, then please ignore this email. Another user may have entered your username by mistake. No changes will be made to your account. The Evernote team" Do I really "ignore" this or is someone in China trying to hack into our system? Any suggestions?