I dont recall it always being like this, is it something new or just because im going to a telecom mobile whereas before it was a vodafone? makes it all pretty useless to me IMO if I cant see who is calling
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richms: It shows properly on my vodafone mobile when I forward it to that, but that doesn't really help me cut down the number of phones I carry.
Im wondering if telecoms doing some weird filtering of caller id after their little embarrassment over the voice mail way back when. If I cant see who is calling me then I guess I will have to rethink the porting to telecom.
richms: Ive raised a fault with italk via their forums (which seem to be spam free now) - not holding my breath.
Im thinking I may have to bite the bullet and get a linksys ata so I can register with vfx, much as I hate most of their products.