From | mark lewis | 1:3634/12.73 | Date Write | 2018-06-28 11:13:04 |
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To | Michiel van der Vlist | 0:0/0.0 | Date Arrived | 2018-06-28 22:00:20 |

Subj | The 000 country phone number hoax | |||

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On 2018 Jun 26 15:40:08, you wrote to Björn Felten: BF>> A) Be able to call your NC properly. BF>> B) Call 000 from the nodelist. MV> ; Dial translation table for InterMail 5.x for a node MV> ; in New South Wales (Area code 02) MV> ; MV> DIAL MV> 61-2- MV> 61- 0- MV> 1 0011-1 MV> 2 0011-2 MV> 3 0011-3 MV> 4 0011-4 MV> 5 0011-5 MV> 7 0011-7 MV> 8 0011-8 MV> END that a really really really bad translation table... why are 0, 6, and 9 left out? BF>> Anyone with a sample translation table for any mailer is welcome to BF>> prove me wrong. MV> See above. that's just the table... how about providing a few numbers and show how their flow through the table could result in 000 so others can see what actually happens and how? eg: 61-2-9727-7775 1st line strips 61-2 so the number is 9727-7775. valid local number? but we continue... 4th line changes 2 to 0011-2 so the number is 970011-27-7775. valid local number? valid domestic number? valid international number? but we continue... 7th line changes 5 to 0011-5 so the number is 970011-27-7770011-5 valid local number? valid domestic number? valid international number? but we continue... 8th line changes 7 to 0011-7 so the number is 90011-70011-20011-7-0011-70011-70011-70011-5 valid local number? valid domestic number? valid international number? AFAICS, the only one that is valid is the first part that strips 61-2- off the number... the rest of the translations are all invalid which tells even more about the table being bad... with that table, the NC cannot be called and neither can any other local or domestic numbers... remember, dial translation is a single pass through the table... )\/(ark Always Mount a Scratch Monkey Do you manage your own servers? If you are not running an IDS/IPS yer doin' it wrong... ... You shall know the truth, and it shall make you freak. --- * Origin: (1:3634/12.73) |