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Lotus Notes Duplicate Remover

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Old 04-23-2017, 11:50 PM
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For removing duplicate items from Lotus Notes NSF files, general there are two ways to do this task either use manual solution or use professional tool. Instead, using any professional tool, I suggest you take a help of manual solution first. Manual trick permanently deletes all kinds of duplicate items like contacts, tasks, journals, calendar, etc. and it can also reduce the NSF file size that can increase by the duplicate data.
Read more information about both the solutions, here:- Remove Lotus Notes Duplicate Items.
 
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Old 11-14-2017, 03:36 AM
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Duplicate items cause a lot of trouble for Lotus Notes users. It increases the size of NSF database and lead to corruption and file management issues. It's better to remove duplicate items from the NSF database so you can store more mailbox content with no problem. Refer to this article for some useful information - Remove Duplicate Items from NSF File of Lotus Notes

I hope the shared information would be helpful here.

Thanks and best regards.
 
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