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Greetings!

I was curious, does anyone backup their Evernote data or do you just stick with the versions you have synced to Evernotes servers?

I assume, if somebody gets access to your Evernote installation and deletes all your notes, they will be gone from Evernote servers on the next sync, without any "undo" option?

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I was curious, does anyone backup their Evernote data

My database gets backed up each night, automatically, to my offsite storage backup, Jungle Disk. It also gets occasionally backed up to other hard drives b/c I think a girl can't be too skinny, too rich or have too many backups. :)

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I think a girl can't be too skinny, too rich or have too many backups. :)

skinny : ummm, Twiggy?

rich : well, OK

backups : typo for 'backrubs'?

:)

Not asking HOW to do it - but IF you do it, platform doesn't matter

Ah, I see. The answer's yes: it's just included in my nightly SyncToy copy from "My Documents" and "Application Data" folders. I've never mucked with it, though, or tried to restore it.

~Jeff

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I have a cheap USB drive that I use to automatically back up my "home directory" from my laptop, which just automatically includes my Evernote folder, along with my "documents" folder, etc. I think this is a general best practice for computer usage, although Evernote's general "cloud backup" and new Note History features definitely mitigate against personal drive failures a lot more than standard "desktop only" software solutions.

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I think a girl can't be too skinny, too rich or have too many backups. :)

skinny : ummm, Twiggy?

rich : well, OK

backups : typo for 'backrubs'?

:)

Well, the skinny thing is a bit glib. We've a good friend whose daughter is/was anorexic. (I don't know if that's one of those things you can "cure" or if you're "in recovery.") So yes, one can be too skinny. I tend to think that's probably not an issue on tech fora, though. (Yes, I guess that's a stereotype.)

IIRC, I don't think Twiggy's skinny was nearly as bad as Kate Moss' skinny... Or it could be selective memory, since I was a young girl when Twiggy became famous. :)

Backups or backrubs...either way...can't have too many. :)

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