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Hello all,

Is it possible to use a regular expression (or something similar) to match phone numbers for an entry in the address book. For instance, suppose you have a contact who may use multiple phones from their office, and these numbers are of the format 555-555-####. I would be able to tell at a glance that the number is from their office, though the phone wouldn't bring up the contact info. Is this possible, or does each number have to be explicitly associated with the contact.

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