Lotus Notes Fix Toolbox

Lotus Notes Fix tool for damaged *.nsf files


Fix NSF files

Fixing NSF files

Lotus Notes Fix Toolbox application is a powerful way of fix NSF file in Lotus Notes and recover corrupted items without sharing sensible data with other users. The network support of fix corrupt NSF software permits accessing Lotus Notes files remotely, using other computers as data sources, network disks and flash drives.

Fix Corrupt NSF

However, Lotus Notes Fix Toolbox never connects to other objects outside of LAN to protect the identity of processed documents and keep all information confidential.

Actually the process of fixing NSF files becomes easier and implies its users know several easy steps, the detailed description of fix NSF files process can be found on the Fixtoolbox.com community website. Get it on your computer and be ready to do the following:

  • realize how to fix corrupted .NSF file and recover Lotus Notes files on your own computer without any risk for processed information, converts restored items into clean NSF files;
  • get answers for how to fix a .NSF Lotus Notes by visiting the Fixtoolbox.com community website where you may find the description of all data restoration steps;
  • automatically detects the version of processed Lotus Notes document and applies necessary algorithms of data restoration in all cases separately;
  • fixes all objects, stored in Lotus Notes files and converts these items into clean NSF files or any version so you can open recreated documents on any other computer;
Note: The program is not licensed under GNU General Public License (GPL) or GNU Lesser General Public License (LGPL). Lotus Notes Fix Toolbox is not open source software or a freeware tool. Lotus Notes Fix Toolbox is distributed on the try-before-you-buy basis with a free DEMO version.
  • Lotus Notes Fix Toolbox does not recover data from password-protected NSF files.
  • The date and time shown in the preliminary review window will differ from the date and time saved in the NSF file, due to IBM's developer restrictions.

System requirements: Windows 98 or higher


Step I

Selecting a source file for further processing.

Step II

Preview of the structure of the data extracted from the damaged *.ncf file.

Step III

Specify the destination for the recovered data.

Step IV

Log file.