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Is there anyway to program the convenience keys so they act as a "send" function. I would like to be able to send a composed email by just pressing one of the convenience keys so that I don't have to click the trackwheel, pull up the action list and then click the "send" command. It seems that the convenience keys can only be programmed for the applications which come up when you are in the "keyboard/screen" function screen. In the alternative, is there any other way to send an emai from within "messages" after the eamil is composed by pressing only a single key. It sure would be much easier than dealing with multiple clicks of the trackwheel. If anyone knows (or can figure out) how to do this it is someone on this great forum
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