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As part of my personal workflow, I forward certain mails to Evernote for indexing. I also have several hundred archived mails that I would also like to import into Evernote. Unfortunately, I can't seem to highlight them and forward them en masse to my Evernote email address.

How can this be done?

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I created an overview of the available tools to send Gmail to Evernote. It compares the tools on different criteria, such as whether they keep formatting and attachments, whether you can automate it using Gmail filters, and more.

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You can open an account in IQTELL and connect your Evernote account to all your email accounts including AOL ,Yahoo, Exchange and more. On top of that you can add calendars, contacts, bookmarks etc and connect them to Evernote on the app. It's a virtual workspace that gives great capabilities Evernote capabilities since it connects everything in one place.

http://iqtell.com/

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You could use Postbox or another email client that supports scripting of this kind and look at solutions here: http://discussion.evernote.com/topic/23719-howto-save-emails-to-evernote/

Or you could look into a system designed for this, such as http://discussion.evernote.com/topic/23719-howto-save-emails-to-evernote/

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You can use the script described here.

Just add labels to the message in Gmail, and, in the background, the script will forward the message to a note in Evernote, to any notebook of your choice and with the assigned labels as tags.

In GMail, you can easily add labels to many messages at once, and this script will forward them to Evernote. However, there is a limit of 500 messages per day, imposed by Gmail.

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I use something similar, but use the starring mechanism rather than labeling to transfer to Evernote--much quicker! –  jontyc Jan 2 '13 at 22:18

Bulk forwarding isn't a feature of GMail. You may want to try accessing GMail with a local client, such as Outlook, Thunderbird, or Live Mail, and trying to forward the email through them.

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