Evernote is a great app for organising your notes etc. One great feature in Evernote is ability to send or inset notes into Evernote via email address. When you sign up for Evernote account (basic and premium), you get assigned an email address which you can find in your Account Info/Settings i.e. firstname.lastname@example.org. You can download Evernote for desktop apps as well as mobile and tablet devices so you can share and sync notes and access the notes on all devices A very simple example of grabbing the last 5 lines of my /var/log/cron log and emailing it to my Evernote assigned email address. I used the subject title "/var/log/maillog `hostname` `date`" so as to title the note entry with my server's hostname and date. The best part is Evernote's powerful search and tagging ability. Code: tail -5 /var/log/cron | mail -s "/var/log/maillog `hostname` `date`" email@example.com Evernote Web client when logged into your browser. Centmin Mod installs and uses mailx for the mail command, so check out the manual for what you can do here. Other mailx guides below Linux and UNIX mailx command help and examples 9 mail/mailx command examples to send emails from command line on Linux Mail Command Examples in Unix / Linux Tutorial Unix /Linux Mail Command Tutorial with Examples - UnixMantra You can be as creative as you want to utilise Evernote and the ability to sync and access all your notes across all your desktop, mobile and tablet devices If you think of more examples of how you could use Evernote for Centmin Mod / CentOS setups, post a reply here Evernote account limits for free vs premium outlined here Evernote Knowledge Base | Evernote. Free accounts limited to 60MB per month upload and unlimited storage. Premium limited to 4GB per month and unlimited storage. There's also email limits depending on plans Enjoy !