NSF recovery tool that helps recover the contents of damaged Lotus Notes in a fast and hassle-free manner.
Sacramento, CA (PRWEB) January 25, 2014
Recovery Toolbox, a well-known manufacturer of highly efficient data recovery tools for a broad spectrum of mainstream software, is glad to present a new version of Lotus Notes Recovery Toolbox, a compact, intuitive and fast program that effortlessly restores the content of the most seriously damaged Lotus Notes *.NSF files. http://www.oemailrecovery.com/lotusnotes_recovery.html
The program uses a convenient wizard to guide the user through the process: from file selection and previewing recoverable data to marking particular items for recovery and extracting them. Recovered data can be saved to a new of existing database of the *.nsf format after the completion of the data extraction process. Lotus Notes Recovery Toolbox offers outstanding recovery efficiency and restores data regardless of the cause of data corruption: a hard drive failure, an OS crash, a power shortage or a virus attack. http://www.oemailrecovery.com/howuse_lotusnotes_recovery.html
Thanks to the simplicity of the user interface and full automation of the data recovery process, the program is the optimal choice for users of all skill levels: from novices looking for quick and affordable one-time recovery to professional system and network administrators performing NSF recovery on a regular basis. http://www.oemailrecovery.com/
This NSF recovery tool is ready to work immediately after installation and requires no additional components to be downloaded from the web. The program employs a very careful approach to handling original source files and never modifies them, allowing users to resort to alternative recovery methods, if need be. http://www.oemailrecovery.com/download.html
“This release features tons of improvements, the key one being the new recovery engine,” explained Victor Bobrov, Lead Developer at Recovery Toolbox. “The program is a real no-brainer, a tool for everyone and a life saver for anyone trapped in difficult situation after NSF data corruption.”