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imrobinson

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#6588 7-Feb-2006 12:52
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I have a number loaded in a contact in Outlook in the prescribed format +61 (3) 12345678. When I sync this with the phone it loads as +61212345678, but when I try and call this number the phone gives a message "Phone Number Invalid". Is there any way to get PC Suite to sync with Outlook and convert the numbers into something useable on the Telecom Network. I have PC Suite 6.7 and Outlook 2000 and Win Xp SP2. I am using Infrared but connectivity is not the issue. Help please?

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#27953 7-Feb-2006 13:01

last time i tried telecom didn't support + dialing although the new 6265 converts the + into a designated code such as '00'. There was a harrier software solution for numbers with a '+' I find it an absolute nuisance as that is my prefered way of storing numbers

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