From: Laurent Daudelin (laurent.daudelin_at_verizon.net)
Date: Fri Jun 13 2003 - 22:28:40 PDT
on 14/06/03 00:24, Dylan Stewart at rxs015500_at_utdallas.edu wrote:
> My home city recently got a second area code and now we have to dial the
> area code for local calls. How do I tell my Newt to dial the area code
> unconditionaly and dial the 1 if it isn't local? Currently, it either dials
> just the last seven digits or it dials a 1 plus all ten.
> I'm thinking that this is going to require some sort of patch or extension
> because I couldn't find any options like that anywhere in the OS.
> Dylan Stewart AC5ZH
I think you can get around this by modifying your worksite, in owner info.
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