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Keith:

Hmm, the only way that I could find for you to do this is would be to use an app such as Keyboard Maestro Control that can run an AppleScript from your iPhone, but you'd have to install the companion app on your mac which costs $30. You might want to check out AirMote which imitates and Apple remote. Maybe you can get it to launch an AppleScript app that pauses iTunes after 30 minutes.

Another approach you could take would be to use a solution which launches AppleScripts when an e-mail is received, such as the one found here or here.

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