This should probably be a support/info request rather than a forum discussion, but I thought I'd put it in the forum so everyone can get the answer as it is applicable to more peole than just me.
My VFX is setup to send me an e-mail with the number of everyone that calls me, so I get a record of who phoned when I was out and did not leave a message. For national numbers the number comes through fine with the area code (e.g. 09xxxxxxx) but for international numbers it does not have 00 or ++ to show it is an international number. It starts with the country code (e.g. 27... for South Africa instead of 0027... or ++27...). Now I can use the one leading 0 to tell me it is a local number (or not), but should the international numbers not have ++ or 00 in the front?
The caller ID on my phone shows 00 in front, so it fine on the phone line and just missing from the e-mail notification.
Is this bug known to WxC and will it be fixed? Personally I prefer ++ to make it clearer, but 00 is also fine.