nsfRewind utilizes a micro-backup architecture to backup individual fields of data within Notes documents. This gives you the power to restore a single field from backup!
What It Does nsfRewind is the first tool for IBM Lotus Notes and Domino that preforms field-level data backups and restores thus saving Domino administrators countless hours by bypassing the cumbersome, time consuming task of restoring an entire database from tape.
For Admins Domino server documents are the most important configuration document in any Domino server environment. With over 650 fields in a single server document, it is a daunting task for administrators to track changes. nsfRewind eases the burden of this administrative overhead.
For End-users Your end-users maintain thousands of highly valuable documents in Domino databases. One accidentally overwritten field of data can cost your organization many hours and countless dollars in lost productivity or even in sales. nsfRewind instantly mitigates the risk of accidently deleted or overwritten data and is so easy to use that the end-users can do the restores themselves.
For Security With every change being recorded, nsfRewind's data auditing and monitoring abilities are unsurpassed. It can be configured to send e-mail alerts when specific fields or documents are modified, thus providing an unparalleled level of security in knowing that modifications to your most critical documents are being recorded and can easily be restored to their previous state with a simple mouse click.
For Change Control nsfRewind monitors every field and creates a separate report document every time a field changes with the date and time, name of the last user to modify the document, the name of the field that was modified, the new field value, and keeps an historical record of all previous field values.
For Everything nsfRewind is a native Lotus Notes and Domino application written entirely in LotusScript. It can monitor any document in any database including the Domino Directory, legal hold mail databases, document libraries, discussion databases, third-party Notes applications, and even in-house custom-built databases.