Recovery Toolbox for Lotus Notes is an indispensable tool for any system administrator in an organization that heavily relies on Lotus Notes for communication and collaboration. A compact, easy-to-use and extremely efficient data recovery solution, it uses advanced analysis algorithms to carefully inspect damaged Lotus Notes *.nsf files and retrieve recoverable records from them. This handy tool saves its users the trouble of having to find, select and contract specialized data recovery services, and also saves them a great deal of time and money. One of the key benefits of this program is its remarkable simplicity, which makes it a perfect choice for professionals and regular users alike. The only condition for successful data recovery is the presence of Lotus Notes on the user's computer, since the program uses native Lotus Notes components and libraries to save recovered items. The work of Recovery Toolbox for Lotus Notes is based on a convenient recovery wizard that guides the user through the process. The first step of the recovery process allows you to select the file you want to recover your data from. The second step involves data analysis (performed without the user's involvement) and selection of the necessary recoverable items identified by the program. These items can then be saved to a new or existing database either locally or remotely. A detailed log shown on the last stage provides an overview of the most recent recovery session. Yet another benefit of Recovery Toolbox for Lotus Notes is that even if the software fails to recover data from a file, you can send it to the program developers with a single click. Once your file is received, they will do their best to recover its contents using their profound knowledge of this file format and a variety of tools available to them. Recovery Toolbox for Lotus Notes efficiently solves the problem of ad hoc data recovery from damaged .NSF files that can be performed literally by anyone.
What is new in this release:
Version 2.2.7 may include unspecified updates, enhancements, or bug fixes.
What is new in version 2.1.2:
Version 2.1.2 may include unspecified updates, enhancements, or bug fixes.
Doesn't save recovered objects