The NSF Split is a software that is used to split large sized Lotus Notes NSF database containing mailbox, archive, and contacts into desired smaller sized NSF files. It can split NSF file in multiple ways: Size, Folder, Year, and Date.
Highlighting Features of NSF Split Tool
Lotus Notes and the Domino server uses Notes Storage Facility (NSF) files as its storage pool for storing all the information related to a Notes account like Emails, Contacts, Calendar, tasks etc. It can be stored either locally on the system or in Domino Server. Locally stored NSF files are those files stored in our system while Server Stored NSF files are the files stored on Domino Server. The NSF files stored in Domino server can be downloaded by the Notes Clients for using the database in offline mode and any changes made are updated when synchronized with Domino server.
The mailbox NSF file associated with the Lotus Notes account contains all the important information i.e. the mails, tasks, journals, and calendar. Due to daily exchange of mails on Lotus Notes email client, users face problem when the size of the NSF file increases leading to poor Lotus Notes Performance. If the Lotus Notes is running out of space or faces memory issues, we need NSF Split software to divide our large sized NSF file in order to reduce the file size and improve the performance.
The main reason behind the global acceptance of Split NSF tool is that it supports both the NSF files generated by Lotus Notes and the Domino Server. The software can split the Lotus Notes NSF database into smaller parts in terms of four criteria i.e. by Size, Folder, Year, or Date. It is compatible with almost all the versions of Lotus Notes.
I want to archive only the official mails I have exchanged during year 2013 from my large sized NSF file. Can this tool help me?