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Old 03-29-2009, 11:27 AM   #1 (permalink)
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My country's code is +381
Our numbers start with 060, 061, 062, 063, 064, 065 and 066 and usually have 6 or 7 digits after that...

When I save a number as (for example) 0621234567 and I receive a message from that number it doesn't says the name from the adressbook, but just the number and when the number calls me, it says the name?!

But, when I save it as +381621234567, SMS shows the name, but when they call me it doesn't?! :/

So, everytime I have to input someone's number as 0621234567 and +381621234567, and after that I'm totally confused when I have to call/sms the person, 'cause I think there are 2 numbers...

I read something about Smart Dialing, but don't know what to do there...

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Old 03-29-2009, 01:16 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Open your call log, select options then smart dialing and enter your country code and national number length there. Looks like its 10.

Also go to options > security options > general options and if you have content protection set to enabled set 'include contacts' to 'no'.

Let us know if that works.
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Do as the previous poster, but set the national number length to 9. The zero confuses the BB Let us know if it works
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Try setting the local phone number to 9 digits. The zero does not count.
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Everything's as you said, but it doesn't work... Maybe if I set as 10 digits?!
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