Corrupted .NSF file is overwritten

20 pts.
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.NSF files
Lotus Notes 8.5
Please help. I found my Lotus .NSF file corrupted as it was having 0 Kb in size. Due to improper resolution, it was overwritten to fix the archiving issue. Now that the file size has become 22MB which is default file size for any .NSF file. Now, please help me, I have lost all my mails and when I try to recover, it recovers only from the overwritten file and not from the original corrupted file. Is there any good software to revert the overwritten and recover the corrupted file?

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Lotus 8.5

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  • TomLiotta
    If the file was overwritten, the only recovery is from backup. If the file cannot be restored from backup, there is no recovery. It is gone.   But even a corrupted .NSF file might be restored from backup. If it's restored, the corruption might be fixed. But the correct version of the file has to exist before any corruption can be worked on.   Tom
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