07-11-2011 03:07 PM
Goldman Sachs has a setting on their blackberry devices that alert users whenever an email is being sent to external addresses outside of the firm. Basically, the user types the email, hits 'send' and the device pops an alert stating that "'you are about to send an email outside of the firm. Do you want to continue?" And there is a Yes and No option. Selecting Yes, sends the message. Selecting No, returns the user back to the unsent message.
Does anyone know how to replicate this feature despite the fact that it would be incredibly annoying!?
07-11-2011 03:47 PM
Welcome to the forums!
This kind of functionality can be accomplished using BlackBerry Balance:
Or a custom Java application. For the latter you can take a look at the SendListener class which gets called before a message gets sent and allows you to perform some actions on the message then decide if it should send or not. Note that you should not perform any blocking operations in the SendListener#sendMessage() method as this can block the Messages application.
07-11-2011 05:46 PM
07-12-2011 09:15 AM
You can take a look through the BlackBerry Solutions Catalog which lists BlackBerry Alliance Program members along with some profile information on the types of applications they specialize in:
One of these partners may have a solution similar to what you're after ort may be able to develop it for you.
RIM does not currently create applications for third-parties.\