Anyone wonder why the StorageLimitStatus property is blank when you run a Get-mailboxstatistics cmdlet? According to this article it's blank by design. OK, I get why it is left blank, but here's my issue with it - if it is intentionally left blank, why is it output as one of the default values?
The majority of the time I run the get-mailboxfolderstatistics cmdlet is to check the mailbox size. This piece of information is far and away more helpful the the total item count or the blank StorageLimitStatus fields. Yes, I know I can pipe to a select statement to retrieve the totalitemsize value, but that's a lot of extra (and in my opinion unnecessary) typing. To the Microsoft PowerShell architects, if you can't give us a method to alter which attribute values are returned by default, can you at least modify the get-mailboxstatistics cmdlet to return useful information by default?