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  1. I printed a pdf from a web page. It should have been one page. TWO pages printed. On the second there was only an advertisement from Evernote saying I feel this is unacceptable behaviour and Evernote should NEVER use any users print media to promote itself. 1. You have stolen a page of my paper. 2. Of course I know - you have been popping up reminders top right of the browser for xxxxxx months! That in itself has been a significant annoyance, as I could not get on with what I was doing until I clicked a button to dismiss the pop up. I have disabled the add-in for Firefox, which makes Evernote less useful but at least gives me peace. 3. Your grammar is wrong. There should not be an apostrophe in PDFs. It is not "of PDF" 4. You are not doing your best to save the planet. This waste is absolutely unnecessary. To upload an image, I had to reduce the size because I am only allowed to upload a total of 501.76kb! That is without doubt the smallest upload limit I have come across since broadband.
  2. I just set up Evernote recently for evaluation. In doing so, from my place of work, I tried sending two annotations via email, which worked -- but I didn't like how this feature works, lacks some granularity (for me). I've since left it alone. Imagine my surprise when I come in to work today with two emails from Evernote indicating that they couldn't append notes to my Evernote account, and they were obviously spam. Yes, I reset my email address. But my primary question is how is this information being obtained externally? I haven't released the former address or posted it anywhere. This makes me wonder if bots are scraping Evernote for information - if that's the case, there's a larger problem. Anyone else have an issue with this?
  3. Has anyone had a random note in their book that they have no idea where it came from? I ended up clicking on a link within the note which routed me to a landing page for a weight loss supplement. The following link is where I was redirected to - probably best not to click through: http://diet.com-yc21.net/fyda/inadsyda/ See attached images. Any ideas?
  4. Whenever I log in to Firefox, an unwanted Evernote screen with tips, suggestions, and sales pitches pops up in a new tab. I have unchecked all notifications for my account, but they still popus. I wrote to Support, and got back unrelated jibberish about forthcoming upgrades. How can I stop Evernote from spamming my web browser with unwanted pop ups?
  5. Hi, Today my Evernote started automatically suggesting the title of "NFL Jersey only 15 USD, Shop Now!" for new notes, which is the same message as the iCalendar spam going around. I have Lookout anti-virus which doesn't detect anything and I've changed my password on another device but I cannot get it to stop suggesting that spam message. Any help would be much appreciated! Thanks
  6. Hello, when I create articles with Evernote and then email them to someone else within my company at the bottom of all emails they have a footer that says. Evernote helps you remember everything and get organized effortlessly. Download Evernote. I would like to remove this footer from my business communications and being that I am a Premium account purchaser I would think this is possible? I looked in the options and it seems their is no way for me to remove this? I can understand Evernote might want to promote their product however this is wrong and I sent a few email like this and my employer asked me this morning not to included these links in my emails however I had no idea it was even happening as I didn't choose the "CC" option so when I did CC myself and see this I was rather disappointed that Evernote was sneaking in this footer without my permission. Please give me the option of removed this footer if I don't want it, I recommend your product all the time and have come back after leaving for awhile and will keep recommending it but this sort of advertising being added to all my outgoing emails or articles comes across as spam plain and simple, please provide the option for Premium users who pay for your product to remove this as my employer has already complained. Thank you
  7. I reinstalled Evernote on my Macbook a few days ago and my iPhone last night. Today I got an email, which evaded Spam filters. It was from rebeccafredona+a28cd63eb0e010fa2502@zoho.com. When I clicked on the email to copy it, the reply was to No-reply@evernote.com. What concerns me about this is that it had my name, the name of a website I have previously used, and told me that they had improved the site, gave me links use so they could get my personal information. I marked it as Spam but this concerns me. Evernote has had people do this but the emails usually have some short warning. How did this get then name of a site I have been to? I'm very concerned about security. I changed passwords to start but doubt that's it.
  8. Hi I found 2 notes, created 2 days ago, with SPAM content. I don't understand where it cames from, I use Evernote in my Windows 8.1 PC and in my KitKat Android Phone I cannot write the note's content because the forum marks this as spam, but it's a note about Banana Kong game. I could not find anyone else with this problem, so not sure if this was a problems with another app, or something else. This guy has a similar problem: https://discussion.evernote.com/topic/82073-spam-email-is-appearing-in-my-account/#entry349083 but I'm not getting this messages in my email, so it's not the same problem. Ideas?
  9. I've shared notes via email to a colleague with a Hotmail email address without incident...until last night, when I received reports that the notes were undeliverable. The diagnostics at the bottom of one of those emails reads as follows: In checking out the error message at Outlook.com, the explanation for their error code "550 SC-004" is: It appears, then, that the Outlook.com servers are blocking all emails being sent from Evernote's IP address "204.154.94.124", and I can confirm that IP address appears in all of the "undeliverable" notices I received since yesterday (12-Nov-2015). Any thoughts, aside from asking for an alternate email address for the intended recipient?
  10. This has been going in since August when I expressed my desire to be removed from Evernote APAC/ SEA team's e-mail list. Should I mention the names of the 'specialists' who keeps sending me e-mails? I created a ticket with Evernote.com; they said I should uncheck the communication preferences from my profile settings - which I have!!! I created 2 more tickets following the continuous assault since August, Evernote.com has chosen to ignore my tickets. I don't know how things work in America. But in Hong Kong, sending unsolicited e-mails and ignoring the person's unsubscribe request is a serious breach of the communications protection framework. The reason why I don't want Evernote sales people to talk to us is because: 1. The Evernote APAC team conducts seminars in Chinese (Our team of mostly expats don't read/ speak fluently). 2. The Evernote system/ sharing methods doesn't work with in our corporate environment. 3. Evernote Business has refused to offer us some trial accounts back in May 2013 when we were exploring various vendors. Salesforce, Basecamp, Atlassian, and some other startups have all been able to provide some means of evaluation. 4. Our current solution is working really well, I don't foresee us changing platforms for the next 3 years, we signed SLAs with your competitors. We've written all our staff guides and training materials already. The content of their e-mails are always the same: workshops/ seminars/ meetups/ corporate events in Hong Kong. Who do I need to speak to get myself removed??
  11. I've unchecked notify me of new comments in my email. But I am getting ONS of spam new topic notifications every day. It seems nobody is moderating. I dont want to waste my time looking in the forum if there is mostly spam. It needs to be better organized and moderated quicly before it gets to the real members using evernote. I come here to learn and save more time, not waste more of it
  12. I just had an unsolicited email from Evernote. Containing my Evernote account email address in big green type as a mailto:link. Am I overreacting or is that an especially dumb thing to do with a piece of information that I really don't want to share with anyone else? In context the email is sitting there like an annoyingly enthusiastic puppy saying 'save me into your contacts!' and 'send flight or hotel reservations!' - all of which are good things to say, but not when also waving my email address around like a brightly-coloured flag! -This seems to be the latest in a long line of 'how to' emails I've been getting since setting up a new free account several weeks ago. All part of a mini-project to see what new users learn on the way in. So far they've been helpful, but F Y I - this one isn't! Why not give me a link to look up my address -if I want to- that will require a log-in on the way?
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