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    Has anyone figured this out for the UK?


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    I worked around this issue by writing an applescript which would find any contacts with ONLY an international, or ONLY a local formatted number, and add the other.

    End result is that every contact of mine now has two versions of every number, the internationally prefixed one and the local version. Now when I receive SMS (which seem to come through as international) the contact shows up, and also when I receive a call (which seem to come as the local number) that works fine too

    It's still not the ideal workaround, as it's not perfect to store two numbers for everybody, but when someone figures it out then it's very simple to write another script to remove the non-international numbers.

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    You want to share maybe?

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    Yea Share it !!

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    I Export All my contacts to Microsoft Excel and do the Find and Replace, add the 11 to the numbers and import the excel in Outlook Again!. Does Works perfect!


    Sorry for my poor English


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    Australia worked out

    As we have only 2 types of numbers (mobiles & land lines) the strings needed are:

    04## ### ###
    0# #### ####

    You can add brackets for area code and dashes if you wish. I left the international 0011 $ string in...

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    Quote Originally Posted by thorntonp View Post
    Australia worked out

    As we have only 2 types of numbers (mobiles & land lines) the strings needed are:

    04## ### ###
    0# #### ####

    You can add brackets for area code and dashes if you wish. I left the international 0011 $ string in...
    Yes, this worked for me too with mobiles, but when I dial land lines I usually don't put the prefix in front of it, i.e 02.

    We also have 1XX XX format numbers (i.e 124 567) and 1XXX XXX XXX numbers as well (i.e. 1300 123 123).

    I've tried adding a string for these but whenever I type 1 first it always reverts to the us brackets. Do I have to delete the reference to those US formats altogether?

    I'm only really trying to get the brackets off the screen, all my contatcts seem to show up when someone calls.

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    Still no fix for the incomming calls?
    mine only shows me the phonenumer even though I have it in my addressbook (with+47, for norway)

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    Quote Originally Posted by veeve View Post
    I tried to modify the format in <key>us</key> and it works like a charm.
    I lived in Hong Kong, so my format is vary from other country.

    Original us format;
    <key>us</key>
    <array>
    <string>+1 (###) ###-####</string>
    <string>1 (###) ###-####</string>
    <string>(###) ###-####</string>
    <string>###-####</string>
    <string>011 $</string>

    Modified HK format
    <key>us</key>
    <array>
    <string>+852 ##########</string>
    <string>852 ##########</string>
    <string>##########</string>
    <string>########</string>
    <string>001 $</string>

    Everything seems to work, I can have correct call display now.
    Well done! :p

    Question is... seems my provider ignore the +852 in the caller ID. All my contacts with phone number look like +852xxxxxxxx, the contact name will not show from the incoming call. I have to remove all the +852 prefix!

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    I have edited my outlook contacts to start with 0
    when I receive sms, the small alert window doesn't show the name but when I open it it shows the name..


 

 

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