Email notes to OneNote

by Volker Weber

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As a OneNote user, you can authorize mail addresses who can send notes into your notebook. And then you don't have to remember a complicated random address. It's just me@onenote.com.

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Sup! Thanks a lot, vowe.

Johannes Woltermann, 2014-03-24 17:52

What are the requirements for an e-mail address to be added as an alias? I was able to add a gmail address, my company address but not my personal one.

Benjamin Bock, 2014-03-24 18:18

What happened? How were you unable?

Volker Weber, 2014-03-24 18:22

I chose "Eine vorhandene E-Mail-Adresse als Microsoft-Kontoalias hinzufügen" on https://account.live.com/AddAssocId, typed in my address and the following error message appeared:

"Sie können keinen Alias mit der Domäne „bock.be“ hinzufügen. Nutzen Sie eine E-Mail-Adresse mit einer anderen Domäne."

Benjamin Bock, 2014-03-24 18:36

Hm, d.h. jeder der in der Lage ist, die Absenderadresse einer Mail zu aendern, kann dir Notizen bei OneNote hinterlassen?

Volker, wenn du magst probiere ich das gerne mal aus und du berichtest.

Jochen Schug, 2014-03-24 23:19

Ach Gottchen. So ein toller Hax0r.

Volker Weber, 2014-03-24 23:22

Achwas, so l33t bin ich nicht. Koennte aber der Grund sein, warum andere Dienste auf diese kryptischen, personenbezogenen Adressen setzen.

Jochen Schug, 2014-03-25 00:06

Ich glaube nicht, dass es ein weiterverbreitetes Problem ist, dass Leute ihre Absenderadresse ändern.

Volker Weber, 2014-03-25 08:49

Leute nicht, aber Spammer arbeiten grundsätzlich mit gefälschten Absenderadressen.
Wenn die massenweise Mails an me@onenote.com senden, kommen einige davon sicher an. Das könnte(!) zum Problem werden.

Manfred Wiktorin, 2014-03-25 21:20

Schauen wir mal, wenn's passiert. Ich gehe immer davon aus, dass die bei Microsoft nicht völlig verblödet sind.

Volker Weber, 2014-03-25 21:24

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