NSF settings are settings for opening LotusNotes databases (.nsf format).
- User name for unread notes list: This option defines the name of the user for whom the list of read/unread notes will be displayed.
- Remove database quota limitations: Lotus Notesallows the user to set limitations on the created database size. If such limitations are set, the database will not be opened by Electronic Evidence Examiner. When selected, this option allows the user to remove the limitations and open the database.
- Create missing view (alter database contents): This option allows the user to select letters in the View and to create the collection. If this is not done, letters for View will be selected each time the user requests it, and it will slow down the program.
- Use LotusNotes MAPI Connector dates behavior: When selected, this option retrieves dates the same way as the Lotus NotesMAPI connector does.
PR_CREATION_TIME: note creation time
PR_LAST_MODIFICATION_TIME: note last modification time
if exist MAIL_DELIVEREDDATE_ITEM, then PR_CLIENT_SUBMIT_TIME and PR_MESSAGE_DELIVERY_TIME = MAIL_DELIVEREDDATE_ITEM
else if exist MAIL_RECEIVED_ITEM then PR_CLIENT_SUBMIT_TIME and PR_MESSAGE_DELIVERY_TIME = MAIL_RECEIVED_ITEM
else PR_CLIENT_SUBMIT_TIME and PR_MESSAGE_DELIVERY_TIME = PR_LAST_MODIFICATION_TIME
- User ID file (for encrypted mailstorages): A special file required for decrypting encrypted NSF mail storages. This file is stored in the same directory as the NSF file. If you don't define it, the mail storage will not be added as evidence.
- Password: A correct password is required for decrypting the encrypted NSF mail storage. If you don't define it, the mail storage will not be added as evidence.
Please note that the User ID file (for encrypted mailstorages) and Password settings are only available when you add new evidence.