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Mac Specs: MBP17 8GB 2x960GB SSDs 10.9 • MBA11 4/128GB 10.9 • TC 2TB • TV3 • iPh6 128GB • iPh6+ 128GB

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Originally Posted by lifeisabeach View Post
Disable it on your Mac via the iCloud system preference; reboot; then re-enable it. See if that fixes it.
I can't believe it was something that simple LOL - Yes, that did it, not only all the 'proper' notes came up, but the whole bunch of my 'testing mavericks' and 'where the @#$% are my notes' appeared, along with about a dozen test folders

I'll have a look at Airmail app, just in case ...

Great stuff, thanks for your help

Dvid
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