How to identify if an email received from Evernote is authentic

Every email that Evernote sends is cryptographically signed and sent from IP addresses we publish. If you receive an email from one of the domains listed below, you can trust it:

  • @account.evernote.com
  • @comms.evernote.com
  • @discussion-notification.evernote.com
  • @emails.evernote.com
  • @evernote.com
  • @mail-svc.evernote.com
  • @messages.evernote.com
  • @notifications.evernote.com
  • @nsvc.evernote.com

If you receive an email that looks like it's from Evernote, but the sender address is not one of the above domains, we did not send it and you should delete it.

Note: In addition to the sender address, you must also check the email header to verify that the email you received was sent from one of the above domains.

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