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    Quote Originally Posted by ccontrerasg View Post
    for celular calling I need 8 and 9 "#" not 7
    + + + + 9 ########;#########
    According to http://www.wtng.info/wtng-56-cl.html my templates are correct and you are wrong. It is "9" + 7 or 8 digits, not 8 or 9 digits.


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    Quote Originally Posted by timschuerewegen View Post
    According to http://www.wtng.info/wtng-56-cl.html my templates are correct and you are wrong. It is "9" + 7 or 8 digits, not 8 or 9 digits.

    19 August 2006 - mobile numbers consolidated into 9-digit format

    Mobile subscriber numbers in Chile were expanded from 8 to 9 digits on 19 August 2006 (to format +56 9 xxxxxxxx).
    Previously, mobile numbers were of form +56 8 xxxxxxx or +56 9 xxxxxxx. Summary of conversion:

    Old numbers New numbers
    ----------- -----------
    +56 8 xxxxxxx +56 9 8xxxxxxx
    +56 9 xxxxxxx +56 9 9xxxxxxx

    examples Mobile
    +56 9 9 123 4567
    +56 9 8 123 4567
    +56 9 7 123 4567

    example local Stgo. (this OK)
    +56 02 123 4567

    example other areas
    +56 32 123 456

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    Quote Originally Posted by ccontrerasg View Post
    19 August 2006 - mobile numbers consolidated into 9-digit format

    Mobile subscriber numbers in Chile were expanded from 8 to 9 digits on 19 August 2006 (to format +56 9 xxxxxxxx).
    Previously, mobile numbers were of form +56 8 xxxxxxx or +56 9 xxxxxxx. Summary of conversion:

    Old numbers New numbers
    ----------- -----------
    +56 8 xxxxxxx +56 9 8xxxxxxx
    +56 9 xxxxxxx +56 9 9xxxxxxx

    examples Mobile
    +56 9 9 123 4567
    +56 9 8 123 4567
    +56 9 7 123 4567

    example local Stgo. (this OK)
    +56 02 123 4567

    example other areas
    +56 32 123 456
    Why are you quoting my source? You are still wrong.

    Here are two mobile phone numbers that I found with Google.

    +56 9 3240212
    +56 9 82891650

    The first one is "9" + 7 digits. The second one is "9" + 8 digits. My templates handle both cases. You don't need to add an extra "#" to the templates, there is nothing wrong with them, they work fine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by timschuerewegen View Post
    Why are you quoting my source? You are still wrong.
    Here are two mobile phone numbers that I found with Google.
    +56 9 3240212
    +56 9 82891650
    The first one is "9" + 7 digits. The second one is "9" + 8 digits. My templates handle both cases. You don't need to add an extra "#" to the templates, there is nothing wrong with them, they work fine.
    timschuerewegen not understand why,
    but as I say no worked fine with 7 #.... As you like my solution is so simple that adding one # This can verify another person in Chile.

    now working fine and that's important,
    I am not saying that you are wrong with your template, Because if she could solve the problem before.

    regards

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    Quote Originally Posted by ccontrerasg View Post
    timschuerewegen not understand why,
    but as I say no worked fine with 7 #.... As you like my solution is so simple that adding one # This can verify another person in Chile.

    now working fine and that's important,
    I am not saying that you are wrong with your template, Because if she could solve the problem before.

    regards
    Please accept that you are wrong and I am right.

    Here is the proof.

    With my "+ + + + 9 #######;########" template.

    # Framework AppSupport decompo*******Number +5691234567 cl
    1,"56","","9","1234567"
    # Framework AppSupport decompo*******Number +56912345678 cl
    1,"56","","9","12345678"

    With your "+ + + + 9 ########;########" template.

    # Framework AppSupport decompo*******Number +5691234567 cl
    1,"56","","91","234567"
    # Framework AppSupport decompo*******Number +56912345678 cl
    1,"56","","9","12345678"

    With your "+ + + + 9 ########;#########" template.

    # Framework AppSupport decompo*******Number +5691234567 cl
    1,"56","","91","234567"
    # Framework AppSupport decompo*******Number +56912345678 cl
    1,"56","","9","12345678"

    As you can see the only situation where a "9" + 7 or 8 digits phone number is correctly decomposed is ... my template.

    End of story!


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    anyone got a patched AppSupport file for the uk?

    i am having problems with this.

    i can only get land lines calling me to display the name.

    if a mobile calls me, the number in the following format is displayed:

    0xxxxxxxxxx

    i have the contact (who is calling me) as:

    +44xxxxxxxxxx

    SMSs are fine - it's just the incoming call from a mobile that don't get the name displayed :-(

    thanks
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    Quote Originally Posted by deggs1 View Post
    anyone got a patched AppSupport file for the uk?

    i am having problems with this.

    i can only get land lines calling me to display the name.

    if a mobile calls me, the number in the following format is displayed:

    0xxxxxxxxxx

    i have the contact (who is calling me) as:

    +44xxxxxxxxxx

    SMSs are fine - it's just the incoming call from a mobile that don't get the name displayed :-(

    thanks
    You have to rebuild the ABPhoneLastFour table in the address book database.

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    hi tim

    thanks for the response.
    is there any guide or procedure on how to rebuild this ABPhoneLastFour table?

    can't find where to start

    thanks
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    Quote Originally Posted by deggs1 View Post
    hi tim

    thanks for the response.
    is there any guide or procedure on how to rebuild this ABPhoneLastFour table?

    can't find where to start

    thanks
    Yes. Check the other thread(s) in which you also posted your problem.

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    thanks .. all fixed, i think :-)
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