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I want to move my < 4000 notes from Evernote to Microsoft OneNote 2013. I tried the Ever2One Converter but it doesn't work. Is there any other way to move my notes in a batch?

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In what way doesn't it work? – Julian Knight Mar 28 '13 at 21:31
@JulianKnight It seems that Evernote changed something in their API. Ever2One Converter can't connect to Evernote. – Marcel Janus Mar 29 '13 at 16:59
Ah yes, they had a major security failing recently didn't they. Hopefully Ever2One will be updated. – Julian Knight Mar 30 '13 at 21:09

I wrote a small tool that can do that. It's available from here: evernote2onenote

Source code is available too.

direct link to the download: download folder

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Seems that for the new versions there is an add-in for OneNote called OneNote Batch that will process the exported .enex file from Evernote over to Onenote.

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Evernote can now export to HTML. Should simplify issues like this.

You could also email all of your notes from Evernote into Outlook and go to One Note fromthere.

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