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Thread: Phone # formatting (2000/CE (!))
2001-09-18, 15:14 #1
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Phone # formatting (2000/CE (!))
Another cross-post (the last one...) - see WinCE - Phone # formatting - Post: 75003
This is about WinCE Pocket-Outlook, I haven't tried if this also happens with my Outlook2000...
In Contacts, the app seems to force some phone-number formatting upon me which I do not like...
In the Netherlands (where I live) we use 10-digit phone numbers. The city codes however (all starting with zero -which I normally omit) can have either 3 or two digits. Mobile phone numbers all start with 6 (one digit...)
For example, both the numbers below are all valid (If omitted all leading zero's):
(m) 123456789 (mobile: m=6)
Regretfully, my #'s are formatted like this...
Ergo: between (), I'm forced to always have three digits... Am I missing something? Can I switch this off?