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The system is MIFM600. Incoming cal

The system is MIFM600. Incoming cal

The system is MIFM600. Incoming cal

(OP)
The system is MIFM600. Incoming calls show up to 10 digits only. For incoming id with more than 10 digits i can not see the last digits and so can not return missed calls.
Is there a way of showing all digits or may be strippig some leading digits to accomodate the remaining digits.
thanx in advance

RE: The system is MIFM600. Incoming cal

what lines are you on ?

RE: The system is MIFM600. Incoming cal

(OP)
I am on PSTN, SIP and GSM
PSTN lines- These are fine because they are less than 10 digits.
But GSM and SIP lines are 12-14 digits long and international calls are up to 16 digits.Format from service provider(SP) is +xxx(country code) yyyy(area or SP code) number(6 digits or more)
thanx

RE: The system is MIFM600. Incoming cal

(OP)
I now have a clearer picture.
Incoming call to LCOB trunk port only first 10 digits displayed.
Incoming call to VOIM trunk ports all digits displayed.
What do you need/program on LCOB to display all digits?

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