Is My Lotus Notes Database Corrupted?

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I'm using Lotus Notes archive database for quite some time now so I have quite a number of items in my database. When I opened the database just now, I was greeted with this error message:

Database Corrupt — Cannot Allocate Space.

What is likely the cause of this problem?  I'm suspecting that my database might really be corrupted. If it is, what can I do to recover the database?

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Is My Lotus Notes Database Corrupted?

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Yes for sure as stated error message this behavior may occur if your database files are corrupted, this can be happen for so many reasons like various infection, improper system shut down, application malfunction and etc.

To repair NSF files in such critical situation, you need to restore the database from the most recent backup, if back up is not in place, use commercial NSF recovery tools. The lotus notes Recovery software are specifically design to scan entire database using powerful scanning algorithms and restore all the inaccessible data. The application come equipped with simple and interactive graphical user interface to offer easy recovery.

Stellar Phoenix Lotus Notes Recovery is the most efficient utility successfully repair and restore corrupt NSF files in all cases of corruption. The software works well with ibm lotus notes 7.x and 6.x, it restores all corrupt items from Lotus Notes

Database, such as emails, notes, tasks, contacts, journal and attachments.

  

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