How to recover corrupted Lotus Notes archive file?

Are you searching a software for recovering  corrupted Lotus Notes archive file? Then I have a suggestion for you to use eSoftTools NSF to PST Converter Software. With this software You can easily recover a corrupted Lotus Notes archive file. You can convert NSF to various formats such as EML, PST, EML, MBOX, MSG, ICS, Yahoo, Gmail, Office 365, vCard, EMLX, HTML, and other formats. It provides a PST file splitting option where you can split a large size file to multiple small files in different sizes like 1GB, 2GB, 3GB, 4GB, 5GB and 10GB. You can check the free demo version.

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Novice Asked on July 7, 2022 in Softwares.
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    NSF to PST converter tool is a powerful tool has great techniques which recovers deleted NSF files.  With this tool I recovered my deleted archive files to PST format. It also helps me to migrate NSF data into different formats like- EML, MSG, HTML, PDF, MBOX and Office 365 formats.  The tool supports all version of Lotus Notes 10.0.1, 9.0.1 to earlier.

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    Novice Answered on July 8, 2022.
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    Try Zook NSF to PST Converter. This tool provides you with an error-free and quick solution in importing NSF files to PST format with attachments. There will be no data loss during the conversion from NSF to PST. GUI of this tool is so simple, even non-technical users are able to use it smoothly. It is 100% safe and secure tool compared to others.

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    Novice Answered on July 8, 2022.
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    The NSF to PST tool is  very comfortable to operate, and its recovery is very nice and give us result within a few seconds .It supports windows OS XP, 8.1,8,7, Vista and also Office 365. Is provide an option of selective conversion. It correct all the error data before converting, and also gives us previw at the  last point when we convert into PST.

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    Novice Answered on September 7, 2022.
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