On 2021-07-12 16:26, Nicolas Évrard wrote: > * Cédric Krier [2021-07-12 15:28 +0200]: > > >I do not understand. We use the addresses countries only if there is no prefix > >on the phone. > > That's the use case: the user typed "06xxxxxxxx" without the international > prefix (+33 (incorrect) or +590 (correct)). It's parsed as "+33 6 xxxxxxxx" > (because of the address). > > If the address had been in Guadeloupe, it would have yield "+590 6 xxxxxxxx" > which is valid. I see no problem. The system can not guess what is the local (and there may be multiple local). We enforce to fill unambiguous number but try to guess with plausible. > >So I do not understand why changing the address would make an > >existing valid phone (which has been formatted with the prefix) invalid. > > The phone is not valid but parsed anyway probably because it's dialable. I do not understand what you mean.
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