QR Lotus Notes Client is a do-it-yourself non-destructive Data Recovery Software, supports FAT16, FAT32, NTFS, NTFS5 file systems, and recovers data from disk crash, deleted files and inaccessible disks.
Version: 11.09QR for Lotus Notes Client is a non-destructive, simple and easy to use data recovery software, supports all types of media viz. EIDE, IDE/ATA, WDC, SCSI, iSCSI, SATA, PATA, Micro Drives, DigitalMedia, etc., having Lotus Notes Domino 6.0 and above support, multi-disk and multi-lingual support, simulates previously existing partitions and is read-only i.e. the program will never attempt to write to the drive to recover. Its unique Guided File Excavation Technology (GFETch) helps in locating files and folders lost behind overwritten partitions and even if bad sectors hinder drive access. An exhaustive scan of the drive is performed to locate lost data. Its features include:
License: Free To Try $99.00
Operating System: Windows
? Repairs mails and addresses from NSF files corrupted files damaged by any means or got deleted from the hard Disk .
? Recovers NSF files from the hard disk's particular partition which got deleted or formatted.
? Recovers and Repairs emails with their attachments and saves them to separate email messages (.TXT file) and as well as address books.
? Recovers emails from password protected NSF files and saves them as .TXT files.
? Recovers and repairs mails and addresses from NSF ? Recovered and Repaired NSF files (address books or mails) are generated in .txt format. ? Repair Corrupt Lotus (*.nsf) files.
? Repair corrupt Lotus Notes Address Book. ? Recovers email attachments too.
? Recover lost/deleted Outlook Express data files.
? Recovers metadata such as Form, Subform, Frameset, Page, View, Folder, Agent, Outline, Shared Field, Shared Action, Database Script, Image, Script Library.
? Recover *.nsf files even if password protected.
? Repair broken *.nsf file corrupted due to oversize problem.
? Restores deleted emails from ?Trash' too.
? Recover lost/deleted Lotus data (*.nsf) files.
? Option to extract emails from badly damaged *.nsf files