Recover Deleted NSF Files

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A NSF file is an IBM Lotus Notes Database file with extension .nsf that stores information like user data, Lotus notes Mail, address book databases, Metadata and other design information. A NSF file is stored on the user’s computer. ODS (On Disk Structure) is the file format for NSF files exclusive to IBM. The Lotus Notes are IBM’s database that has built-in email functionality for emailing, handling Exchange accounts, calendars, address book, programming and accessing web servers.

What happens when the NSF file is deleted? It is obvious that you lose access to your user account and all above mentioned contents of Lotus Notes Database.

Can I recover deleted NSF files from my PC? It is very likely that you can retrieve deleted NSF files on your computer even after permanently deleting it from the Recycle Bin, but only if you have the appropriate data recovery tool. Read on to know how to restore deleted NSF files using one of the most comprehensive and trusted data recovery softwares.

    Remo Recover - the tool to recover deleted NSF files. Remo Recover rigorously scans the entire Drive to find any missing files (NSF files in this case) that have been permanently deleted and presents to you the complete list of recovered items to choose from. After which, you can select the required items and restore them back on your Drive.

Why is Remo Recover the ultimate tool to recover deleted NSF files on my PC? To get a clear understanding why is Remo Recover the ultimate data recovery tool, we present to you some of its highlights.

  • With Remo Recover, you can recover all NSF files’ information like Emails, contacts, Metadata, accounts, calendar entries, programming and other web and design information.
  • You can perform NSF file recovery even on formatted, partitioned and re-partitioned drives.
  • Rescue data from Bad Sectors and from non-booting drives.
  • Restore NSF files even after reinstalling Windows OS on that computer.
  • Restore OLE items, attachments and Java Applets.
  • Enables you to preview all recovered NSF contents beforehand saving them on your Drive.
  • With Remo Recover, you have the liberty to store the rescued contents on any drive (including External Drives, Flash Memories, CD / DVD, etc.) directly.
  • Remo Recover is compatible with almost all newer versions of Windows irrespective of the computer manufacturer.
  • Supports Lotus Note 6.x as well as 7.x
  • You can look for a particular NSF file in the entire volume to help you instantly select that file for recovery of its contents.
  • View recovered items in any style you wish to see – File Type View or Data View.


Another important feature of Remo Recover is, it’s free to trial. You use the trial version to restore any deleted contents, evaluate it and then decide to go for the full version to complete the restoration process.
Remo Recover has a clean and hassle free user interface with which data recovery is just few clicks away.

Steps to Recover deleted NSF files:

Step 1: Download Remo File Recovery software on your computer and install the application. Launch the software and when the main screen appears, click the Recover Files option and select the drive from which you’d like to recover deleted ‘nsf’ files. Next, click Scan for the software to start scanning the drive

NSF File Recovery - Main Screen

Figure 1: Main Screen

Step 2: When the scan completes, a list of recovered files are displayed. Use the File Type View option to view recovered files sorted by file types, making it easier for you to identify ‘nsf’ files

NSF File Recovery - View Recovered Files

Figure 2: View Recovered Files

Step 3: Next, preview recovered files by double clicking on the file

NSF File Recovery - Preview Recovered Files

Figure 3: Preview Recovered Files

Step 4: Finally, save select files to a preferred location

NSF File Recovery - Save Recovered Files

Figure 4: Save Recovered Files