Looking for ways to get Apple Mail messages into Evernote?
Here are a few options for you…
Email Them In
One fast way to get items into Evernote is simply to email them. Brett Kelly’s eBook, “Evernote Essentials” provides a solid guide to how this works (See the chapter called “Evernote, Email and You”) along with some other great email-related tips.1
If you’re moving a lot of emails at once (or just want more control while you move them), you can set up an Mail/Evernote AppleScript which allows you to archive items directly between the apps with a keystroke. Version 2.0 of the Apple Mail to Evernote AppleScript is now available: It includes support for HTML messages and also more configurable settings to customize it to your workflow. Click here to check it out!
You can drag-and drop a message into Evernote if you’re okay with it being an .eml attachment to your note and not the actual message text.
- Note: This requires your information to pass through email servers which, depending on what it is, you might not want to do. [↩]