I was wondering if there was any way to make an ApplicationMenuItem inside the message edit screen that, when selected sends the message to the selected contacts itself, bypassing the default sending program. I am fine with the menu item and have seen how to do similar things by retrieving the 'context' argument but I'm not sure how I would get the message body and contacts that were selected. Thanks in advance

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I’m back from a timely and tropical Florida break, and now I’m tanned, rested and ready to talk tech stocks. Issue #1 is Research in Motion, a stock on the upswing (at $44 per share) on news that it plans to roll out a new, full-service TV feature in the next week or so. The report comes from NewTeeVee.com, which sites multiple sources in describing the new RIMM TV service (as follows): —It will be a paid-for unlimited monthly subscription service. 
 —Content will be downloaded through a Wi-Fi connection.
 —The service has managed to license content from multiple broadcast …

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Oh, the poor beleaguered BlackBerry Storm. It just can't catch a break. Mobile phone company Orange delayed its launch in the UK last year because of undisclosed "[URL="http://mobiletechaddicts.com/2008/10/09/orange-internal-statement-on-blackberry-bold-quality-issues/"]software issues[/URL]." The Bold's much anticipated arrival in the U.S. [URL="http://www.informationweek.com/blog/main/archives/2008/11/the_blackberry_5.html;jsessionid=QK2ZU3QQNUR2QQSNDLRSKHSCJUNN2JVN"]got bumped back[/URL] nearly six months. Now sales of one of Research In Motion's (RIM) newest smartphones have been halted in Japan due to complaints some units are overheating. Reuters is [URL="http://finance.yahoo.com/news/DoCoMo-halts-BlackBerry-Bold-rb-14489407.html"]reporting[/URL] today, "NTT DoCoMo Inc, Japan's biggest mobile phone operator, said on Friday it has halted sales of Research In Motion's BlackBerry Bold because the phone can overheat while the battery is …

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It’s been a lousy first quarter for tech stocks but the outlook for the second quarter of 2008 looks brighter and shinier. So say the investment gurus at Tech Ticker – specifically former Wall Street tech analyst Henry Blodget and Barons West Coast editor Eric Savitz. Savitz says there are plenty of bargains and buying opportunities for tech investors as April opens up. “We’re still seeing a deterioration in fundamentals, specifically with Oracle’s mediocre earnings picture (from last week) and with Google and the ongoing online advertising malaise.” But Savitz really seems to like certain sectors, like semiconductors, where stock …

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The End.