I just turned it into a web-page.
Also, thanks to all the other folks too numerous to name who sent in additions after the page initially appeared. It's pretty sad that there are so many "hidden" things in an OS that's supposed to be so easy to use. I hadn't thought about it before, but the sheer volume of them has surprised me. I knew of the existence of a lot of these shortcuts myself, but I'd never tried to think of them all at once until I started compiling this page.
Now that I have many of them in one place there's more to be added - I think there always will be , I find myself wondering about ease of use. Anyway, enjoy. There have also been folks who've asked to translate this into other languages.
Here are the ones I know about:. Under Outlook's default settings, deleted item recovery is possible only from the deleted items folder.
The following registry modification will allow one to recover items from any Outlook folder, including items that were hard deleted, using shift-delete. Only items deleted within the specified retention period are recoverable.
The following solution has been tested, and is known to work on Microsoft Outlook 97,98,, and XP. The Solution: Run regedit on client workstation and locate following hive.
If Outlook is running, close it and restart it. Highlight inbox. Select recover deleted items from the tools menu. All the magic key sequences to make your Mac do various things.
Here are the ones I know about: Run regedit on client workstation and locate following hive 2. Highlight inbox 8.
Click Gateways. Enter a name for the gateway in the Friendly Name field.
Click Save Close the screen. Now choose the gateway you created from the Gateway dropdown list.
Click the pencil icon. Under General select the gateway name in the Gateway field.
Click Save. The main screen will display your new profile.
Double click this to start a remote desktop session. Your session is now connected. For legacy systems pre OSX