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  1.    #1  
    Edit: here is the link to the a more detailed "How to" on WMExperts

    This was actually raised by jimh2000--he wanted to know if you could remove the Delete key from Outlook and replace it with the New one from WM5.

    To that, I don't know

    But a nice simple solution is this: drop the attached link to your device

    When launched, it'll bring you to this screen: select your account you want a "new" item from

    And it'll bring right to a new screen



    To do this, you just create a link to "tmail.exe" found in \Windows

    Then add "mailto:" (no quotes) to the command line (using Resco Explorer, etc.) so it'll look like

    "Windows\tmail.exe" mailto:



    Other optional parameters that can be added:

    -to "personx@theiremail.com"
    -subject "insert subject here"
    -service "ActiveSync"

    Then throw the link to your Start Menu or use your favorite launcher.
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    Last edited by Malatesta; 08/05/2008 at 04:25 PM.

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    Code:
    "Windows\tmail.exe" mailto:-to "Malatesta" -subject "Spam" -service "Everyone loves to spam Mal!"
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ebag333 View Post
    Code:
    "Windows\tmail.exe" mailto:-to "Malatesta" -subject "Spam" -service "Everyone loves to spam Mal!"
    You can put that in a nice MortScript with an infinite loop too. Very useful!
    Thx Mal
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ebag333 View Post
    Code:
    "Windows\tmail.exe" mailto:-to "Malatesta" -subject "Spam" -service "Everyone loves to spam Mal!"
    lol...

    hey...I don't want spam (I'm vegetarian)
    Quote Originally Posted by hannip View Post
    You can put that in a nice MortScript with an infinite loop too. Very useful!
    Thx Mal
    Did I just open a can of worms by posting that? lmao
    Last edited by Malatesta; 08/05/2008 at 04:07 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Malatesta View Post
    hey...I don't want spam (I'm vegetarian)
    I'm a 9th level Vegan. I don't eat anything that casts a shadow.


    Quote Originally Posted by Malatesta View Post
    Did I just open a can of worms by posting that? lmao
    I honestly fail to see the point of it unless you *REALLY* send message a lot to someone.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ebag333 View Post
    I'm a 9th level Vegan. I don't eat anything that casts a shadow.
    Oh so you only eat at night?


    I honestly fail to see the point of it unless you *REALLY* send message a lot to someone.
    I remember someone in the MortScript forums used this to create new emails with personalized signatures. Was an interesting idea.
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    Thanks Mal,
    Any chance could look at the Note2Self program I posted in the software thread? It is a very cool program and I would like to send a note to two different places using profiles. I can't figure it out.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jimh2000 View Post
    Thanks Mal,
    Any chance could look at the Note2Self program I posted in the software thread? It is a very cool program and I would like to send a note to two different places using profiles. I can't figure it out.
    sorry, don't have that app (though it's very good) nor multiple accounts...

    I would just hop in that thread and ask the Dev for clarification...he's a nice guy.

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    long ago on my HP 6315 WM2003 pocket pc, I used to have my right softkey mapped to creating a new text message using a similar format and some registry editing.

    It matched my S60 phone at the time and was much more convinent than bringing up messaging first- since I rarely just brought that up for the hell of it.

    Also since this 800w has a dedicated hardware key for the inbox (for those who removed the palm threaded application) there really are two keys that do very similar actions.
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    Is there anyway to bypass the account picker?

    I have the option button set to not use the account picker the this shortcut use it?

    Thanks
    graylion
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    Quote Originally Posted by graylion View Post
    Is there anyway to bypass the account picker?

    I have the option button set to not use the account picker the this shortcut use it?

    Thanks
    try

    "Windows\tmail.exe" -service "ActiveSync"

    or

    "Windows\tmail.exe" -service "SMS"

    etc

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