Lotus Notes Autorecover issue

Hello friends,

I have stumble upon an issue with the Autorecover in Lotus Notes 8.0.2.

When the user opens Lotus, after logging in, the "Recover Unsaved Documents" window pops-up but there are no items to recover or remove.

I´ve looked into the files in the data folder, even deleted the AUTOSAVE.NTF to no avail.

Any ideas?

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this was just the template for creating the autosave feature.
Does the user have any as_*.nsf files in his notes data directory?
These are used to store the autosaved documents. Maybe moving these files to a different location or deleteing them will help.

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The autosave.ntf file is template file. Try deleting any file with name like "as_jmitchell.nsf" and then restart notes if you don't want to bother about autosaved documents.
LF_BuckAuthor Commented:
Thanks a lot umeli and jitendrasachdeva it worked beautifully!

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