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Posted Thursday, May 16, 2013 12:06 PM
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Tom,

Thanks for taking the time to elaborate on this approach. I could not infer from previous posts that what you described in detail was suggested.

This does seem like the most ideal approach. Appreciate you putting in the time on this and helping out.

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Do you keep data that's not up to date, like former clients, perhaps?

If so, you will likely eventually find phone numbers being re-used, either quickly, or slowly.

Also, wouldn't it be possible for a small client (start-up) to use the same phone number for more than one person (two people sharing a desk and phone)?

What about very large clients where you call the central switchboard/front desk, and then have to ask for the person you want?
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