|From||Bj”rn Felten||2:203/2.0||Date Write||2018-06-29 23:12:09|
|To||Michiel van der Vlist||0:0/0.0||Date Arrived||2018-06-30 00:21:01|
|Subj||The 000 country phone number hoax|
ml>> but we continue...|
MvdV> No, we don't because the translation process terminates at the first
What? What mailer does that?
Neither Argus nor Frontdoor does that.
Why do you think it's necessary to translate e.g. '61-' to '0-' with the
trailing dash if not to prevent the next parsing from doing an unwanted
translation like the one mark demonstrated with lots of 0011- in the translated
number presented to the modem?
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