We had a $user who deleted ALL emails from a shared mailbox and you might notice that the option to recover deleted items is grayed out and you cannot select it.

We need to set a registry key to turn that option on.

Create a new DWORD value with the name ‘DumpsterAlwaysOn’ and a value of 1.

Easy via PowerShell:

You have to close Outlook and start it again and voila, you can restore items.


Want to use PowerShell on your CentOS box? Easier than ever!


Grr run into this before, you create a new folder, give it a new name and somehow your cluster thinks, nah we already have that in there. I double and triple checked ‘Share and Storage Management’, there was no shared folder like that for sure.

Well, good ‘ol regedit to the rescue.

And indeed, for some odd reason, there was a key with that name in there.

If you find a share that doesn’t belong, you can delete the key for the share on all nodes.


That might be old new for some of you, I was, however thrown off a little bit.

I installed a new Git module as I was playing with GitHub and wanted to update check for updates and update files accordingly. I am specifically talking about the PowerShell Cheat Sheets, which is an awesome collection. Anywho after loading the module, I was a little stumped how to get the info of the cmdlets in the module. I tried

Which only resulted in 2-3 commands.

Well the answer is easy:

This will give you all the cmdlets in a module. Pretty cool. :o)