How to read Lotus Notes documents and items from a NSF file

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Lotus Notes
Is there a way to get all Lotus Notes documents from a Lotus Notes inbox (from a NSF file with C# and Interop.domino.dll)? Here's what I want to use:
Domino.NotesSession m_session = null;

...

this.m_session = new Domino.NotesSession();
this.m_session.Initialize("");

Domino.NotesDatabase db = null;
this.m_session.GetDatabase("", "C:test.nsf", false);

Domino.NotesDocumentCollection col = db.AllDocuments;

for (int i = 0; i < col.Count; ++i)
{
         Domino.NotesDocument doc = col.GetNthDocument(i);

         ...
}
Is there a way to access the items of each document? I'm looking to get the subject, who, date and time. Can I also extract the attachments? Thanks so much.

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