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How to view of damaged lotus notes?


Best Answer williamrosser85 , 17 May 2015 - 02:58 AM

If you see an error "File is not database" then try to use the program to restore the NSF Viewer Tool from http://www.nsf.viewertool.com/ Go to the full post »


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I have a truncated Notes file, which got corrupted during a drive crash.

It is not available on any server, so re-replicating or restoring from backup is not an option.

Nfixup reports: Enter password (press the Esc key to abort):

09/17/2007 15:19:15 Database Fixup: Started 09/17/2007 15:19:15 Unable to fixup database c:\notesarchive.nsf: File truncated - file may have been damaged 09/17/2007 15:19:15 Database Fixup: Shutdown

I tried Unistals Quick Recovery for Lotus Notes, which promises to extract the messages and attachments, even from the truncated files. However, it extracts 1 message, and then crashes tried it on 2 different computers with the same results.

Are there any other tips/ 3rd party software that I can use to recover as much as possible of this file?

Thank you.


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If you see an error "File is not database" then try to use the program to restore the NSF Viewer Tool from http://www.nsf.viewertool.com/


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