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It would be great if Evernote could create support for people to store their information on a personal password-protected webDAV server. This would put individuals back in control of their own data by allowing customers to encrypt all their data with their own key and store it on their own server of choice. Perhaps a new version of Evernote could be sold purely as a software product with no subscription -- customers could simply purchase a WebDAV-capable version of the Evernote software and phone app. This new webDAV version of Evernote could exist side by side with the subscription version -- customers could choose which version suits them best. For those customers who might prefer to stay with the current subscription model, it would be nice to see Evernote eventually offer to subscribers the option to encrypt all stored data using the strongest encryption available, and using a user-specified encryption key, so that only the individual users themselves are able to decrypt the information. Many users use Evernote as a kind of digital File-cabinet, and it would be nice if the files were as secure as those stored in a physical file cabinet.
Hey all, My engineering team often posts screenshots to our own image hosting server running Google Apps Engine. I'd like to use the Skitch app to add annotations, and then upload to this server. So far, I got really close with WebDAV (S/FTP is not an option), but Google Apps seems to have an issue with the Expect: 100-Continue header in the request. Others had this issue before: https://groups.googl...Vk/7xTlFenJfCwJ Supposedly, however, this issue was resolved three years ago. Has anyone ran into this issue lately? I've attached the console log (edited to hide sensitive data) skitch_webpost_2012-05-08_111627.txt