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LaylaDean

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I use the work of Lotus Notes 9.0.1 FP7 to communicate with customers and suppliers. I never had problems with him. But a few days ago I opened the Inbox folder, and I did not see the last few messages because of a File is Corrupt error. Help to return messages. If I do not recover the letters, I will lose the order data and problems with the clients.

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Since files that are too corrupt cannot be repaired, the solution would be to restore your latest backup.


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The following steps will check and possibly repair nsf corrupted files.

  1. Open a command prompt and change the directory to your Lotus Notes program directory.
  2. Enter the command: nfixup.exe X:/<name-and-location-of-the>.nsf (+enter)
    This command initiates a general scan of the NSF file and tries to repair it when corrupted. After competion index the NSF file again with Intella. If you still have an issue indexing, continue with the following step.
  3. Enter the command: ncompact.exe X:/<name-and-location-of-the>.nsf (+enter)
    This command compacts the NSF file. After competion index the NSF file again with Intella. If you still have an issue indexing, continue with the following step.
  4. Enter the command: nupdall –r X:/<name-and-location-of-the>.nsf (+enter)
    This command rebuilds the entire NSF index. After competion index the NSF file again with Intella.
    The answers would help.

Please note: If you have more than one NSF file, you can use the commands listed above on a directory of NSF files by entering the directory name and not the NSF file name. For example: nfixup.exe X:/<dir-of-nsf-files>

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