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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
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?
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?
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