NSF Duplicate Remover

Remove Duplicate Emails & Remove Duplicate Contacts from NSF Database

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Are you having duplicate items in Lotus Notes? It must be frustrating for you, right? Duplicate items always create troubles for users. They occupy exactly the same space what the original items do. Having duplicate items in Lotus Notes will definitely increase the file size of NSF database. In IBM Lotus Notes, a duplicate item can be anything like an email, contact or any other item. In order to keep the NSF database compact and handy, you must remove duplicate items from it. Download NSF Duplicate Remover software that can easily remove duplicate emails and remove duplicate contacts from NSF database. It supports all popular versions of IBM Lotus Notes and compatible to Windows based Operating System.

  • Successfully remove duplicate items from Lotus Notes NSF database
  • Support single and multiple NSF database files at the same time
  • Auto-detect feature enable user to search information of NSF database file
  • Facilitates user to display a tree-structure preview of NSF database file content
  • Search the duplicate items in the same folder or across the NSF database file
  • Smart date range feature help users to easily filter their NSF database
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Remarkable Features of NSF Duplicate Remover

Speedy scanning

Swift Scanning
It can thoroughly scan the NSF database without taking much time. After that, it can remove duplicate items from NSF database without causing any alteration or data loss.

Multiple Conversion

Batch Conversion
NSF duplicate remover tool can easily remove duplicate emails and contacts. You can select single or multiple NSF database files from which you want to remove duplicate items. It will undergo batch conversion and remove the data duplicity.

Auto search

Search Duplicate Items
To search the duplicate items in Lotus Notes, there are two options: either you can search the duplicate items in the same folder or search the duplicate items across the NSF database file.

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Multiple Remove Option
If you want to remove duplicate items from the original NSF database, you need to check Remove Duplicates in Original NSF File(s) box. Also, you can choose any of these actions for duplicate items: Delete Permanently, Move to Trash, Move to sub-folder, and Copy to sub-folder.

Data filter

Date Range Saving option
For saving the content of NSF database file into new file, you can define a date range. Either you can select a predefined time period or you can define a time period manually.

Strong Support

Wide Compatibility
Being a Windows system utility, it smoothly runs under all major Windows-based operating systems including the latest Win 10 (32 & 64-bit). Also it strongly support NSF database files created by all popular versions of IBM Lotus Notes.

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Demo Version Available as a Trial

NSF Duplicate Remover software is available for free evaluation. We strongly recommend you to download free demo version before purchasing the licensed copy of this software. By using demo version, you can save first 5) email items of each mailbox folder of selected NSF database file(s) into new file(s). To overcome this limitation, you must place an order for the licensed version.


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Client's Reviews
The Software helped me a lot in deleting all the duplicate emails and contacts in a very safe and secure manner. Thank you team for building up the amazing software.

- Jack L. Gonzalez

NSF Duplicate remover is the best tool till now, I have come up with. This is designed with an intuitive and interactive GUI, that makes it user friendly for novice users as well.

- Samuel C. Cruz

Technical team is very supportive, as I was in a hurry and wanted to install it sooner I called the team and they helped me in installation as well.

- Effie M. Webb

This is the complete solution to remove the duplicate emails from the entire NSF database without affecting the original content.

- Cody M. Key