Verify your email address with Evernote

There are some scenarios where Evernote may ask you to verify the email address on your account. Some of these scenarios include:

  • When you request a password reset
  • When you log in from a new device, country, or time zone
  • When you share a note for the first time via email
  • When you set up single sign-on (Teams only)

If you receive one of these emails from Evernote, please click the link in the email within 30 minutes to verify your account.

If you did not take any of these actions, or suspect or become aware of suspicious activity in your Evernote account, visit What to do if you suspect unauthorized access to your Evernote account to learn how to secure your account.

Frequently asked questions

Do I have to verify my email address?

Yes. If you receive an email verification request from Evernote, your account will be temporarily locked until you verify your email address.

How do I know if the email from Evernote is legitimate?

Every email that Evernote sends is cryptographically signed and sent from IP addresses we publish. To see a complete list of Evernote email addresses, visit How to identify if an email received from Evernote is authentic.

What can I do if I did not take any actions that would prompt a verification email?

If you suspect or become aware of suspicious activity in your Evernote account, visit What to do if you suspect unauthorized access to your Evernote account to learn how to secure your account.

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