Callback

The command %Callback% allows you to send a callback number or sender identifications with your message to the recipient mobile.

Either numbers or up to 11 characters of text may be used (e.g. '0791234567' or 'webname.ch'). An address must be used which allows the recipient to send a return reply to (phone number, website, phone call, e-mail, fax).

If you use the parameter %answer%, you cannot use this parameter anymore. The maximum length of a number are 16 figures. The maximum length of a text are 11 characters. Please read the General Terms.

Direct entry of callback number %Callback:%

An e-mail with the following content: 'This is a message about %Callback:0791234567% e-mail access to eCall' produces the following message on the receiving mobile phone: 'This is a message about e-mail access to eCall'.

The callback number will appear on the mobile as 0791234567.

Callback number from 'account settings' %Callback%

An e-mail with the following content: 'This is a message about e-mail access to eCall %Callback%' produces the following message on the receiving mobile phone: 'This is a message about e-mail access to eCall'.

The mobile phone displays the callback number as e.g. 0799876543 (if you have entered 0799876543 as the mobile number in your 'account settings').
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