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opening file .NSF

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#1 edwardcarr


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Posted 28 January 2016 - 03:15 PM


Today opened the working file Lotus and saw the following: “Database error: 'Database Corrupt - Can not Allocate Space'”


Are there any ideas how to fix it?


In advance, thanks for all.

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#2 aldenmercado


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Posted 09 February 2016 - 10:13 AM

In case the guide can't assist, then firstly see following helpful topics





If your .nsf file severely corrupted, then I would advise you to see next method https://www.repairtoolbox.com/lotusnotesrepair.html Lotus Notes Repair Toolbox


Follow the given steps to resolve the error:
1) Restore the data from recent database backup
2) R fixup -f", then "compact -c -i" command to recover the corrupt database.

Note: If the inbuilt Lotus repair doesn’t help you to repair the corrupt database then, you require some alternative Lotus Notes Recovery software to repair and recover the corrupt database items.

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