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Updated On - 07 May 2020

Error Message: You are not authorized to perform that operation” while accessing NSF database

Email Recovery

Notes Storage Format or NSF file is a database file used by Lotus Notes users to save emails, notes, contacts, calendars and other objects. Lotus Notes has a feature embedded in it, known as Access Control List (ACL) that is a list of permissions attached to an object. Using this list, the administrator can apply…

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Updated On - 30 Oct 2019

Dealing with error-you are not authorized to access that database

Email Recovery

If you are dealing with Lotus Notes.NSF file, then some or the other time you must have came across the error message saying, You are not authorized to access that database

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Updated On - 04 Dec 2019

How PST archiving can avoid Corruptions?

Email Recovery

PST files or Personal Storage Folder files (.PST extension) are the files that comprise of entire data of MS Outlook that include emails, contacts, tasks, etc. After some time, the PST file starts piling up with email messages, and the file becomes so large that MS Outlook starts crashing frequently; eventually, the entire PST file…

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Updated On - 04 Dec 2019

How to protect your emails?

Email Recovery

Since the emails are of utmost important for everyone, it is important to safeguard emails against corruption. Due to its role in successful execution of organizational tasks, email is considered as the backbone of organizational communication. That is why basic protection of business emails is advised to avoid recovery of emails after occurrence of corruption….

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Updated On - 27 Aug 2019

How to deal with errors while opening or using a Notes database?

Email Recovery

Imagine you are working with Lotus Notes and performing operations like opening or deleting a message and you encounter any of the following error messages: “You are not authorized to perform that operation“ OR “You are not authorized to access that database”

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