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E.164 parsing for contact directory matching?

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Occasional Visitor

E.164 parsing for contact directory matching?

Hi,

 

Is there a way to make the up.useDirectoryNames function on a VVX phone match a contact when it contains the phone number in local format (e.g. 10-digits in North-America) and the incoming call's CallerID is in E.164 international format (e.g. +1-NXX-NXX-XXXX)? 

 

(...or vice-versa. It would be nice if contacts would match no matter the formatting used in the contact and/or CallerID. Right now, they have to match exactly. Leading 1, +, 00 or 011 should be ignored.)

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Re: E.164 parsing for contact directory matching?

Hello @FBeaulieu ,

 

Welcome to the Poly Community.

To my personal knowledge no. The number needs to be stored exactly as it is being displayed. There is no "wildcard" entry.

 

If you want official confirmation please open a ticket via your reseller.


In order to raise a support ticket, you need to work with your Poly reseller as they may need to do this for you.

End Customers are usually unable to open a ticket directly with Poly support. Available End User Poly services offerings are detailed here

If this is some sort of an Internet discounter providing your MAC address or your Poly devices serial will enable us to look up who would be able to support you. This may not be who you purchased the Poly device from.


Please ensure to provide some feedback if this reply has helped you so other users can profit from your experience.

Best Regards

Steffen Baier

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