- mike e
- Assigned to
- ENF 0.2.10
- ENF 0.2.20
When I forward an email to Evernote using ENF, I immediately receive a "Mail Delivery Failed" message. No notes are created inside Evernote.
Evernote rejects the email with this explanation:
This message has been rejected because it has
a potentially executable attachment "ENFMessage.eml" This form of attachment has been used by recent viruses or other malware. If you meant to send this file then please package it up as a zip file and resend it.
[OS] Windows 7
[Application] Thunderbird 17.0.8
[Extensions] Address Book Tab, Copy Plain Text 2, Dropbox for Filelink, EnForward, Evernote Tab, gContactSync, Google Search for Thunderbird, Lightning, LookOut, ReFwdFormatter, Test Pilot for Thunderbird, ThunderBrowse, Todoist for Thunderbird.
It seems that the message is sent from your SMTP server, not from Evernote. Does your server reject *.eml file?
Ah ha! You are right. I didn't notice that before. Is there any way to have EnForward (automatically) use another of my SMTP accounts?
Or, any way to forward the email in-line?
> Is there any way to have EnForward? (automatically) use another of my SMTP accounts?
Sorry, there is no way to switch SMTP server. I'll add it in the next version.
> Or, any way to forward the email in-line?
Old version, v0.1.21 sends email in-line. But it cannot do the followings:
- remove attachments
- add header and footer text
v0.2.20 can select outgoing server. Closed.