Removes or doesn't add leading zero so can't call back
If I do a local call to a Jami SIP account, it removes or doesn't add the leading zero, so I can't directly call back from that conversation.
Here's a a screenshot to show it: The orange conversation is the one I use to call back and the one that works. The red conversation is the one that I get when I call the sip account locally and the one which doesn't allow a call back since it lacks the leading zero. (The 418 number is just an extra, which shows that caller ID in SIP accounts works. Nice!)
Those numbers are local numbers in the Cavite, Philippines. In the Philippines a local phone number can be called in 3 ways:
- Internationally: +63 46 123 4567
- Locally with area code (046 is for Cavite): 046 123 4567 but not 46 123 4567
- Locally: 123 4567
As you can see, we add a zero (0) in front when calling with an area code.
Just a note: In Manila, they changed the numbers. Before if you're number is (Internationally) +63 2 123 4567 it will now be +63 2 8123 4567 (where the area code for Manila is 02). You may call locally with area code: 02 8123 4567 and locally without area code: 8123 4567. Basically they added an 8 before the number and after the area code.
Thank you for considering this issue.