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Add To: 31612345678 as header (incoming SMS)

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Registered:
Oct 2018
Location: Netherlands
Operating system name and version: Debian Stretch
Version of smsd: 3.1.21
Smsd installed from: sources
Name and model of a modem / phone: 16 SIM modem
Interface: USB

I have been searching the config pages and many examples on how to do this... But I have not been able to find it.
I would like to know to what MSISDN the SMS was sent when it was received by a modem on my system.

Small details:
Have a Raspberry Pi with a sim-modem attached with 16 sims.
I can receive SMS on all sims and have the eventhandler take care of each of them. So far all is working perfectly.
But I really want to know WHAT MSISDN received the SMS. I now only have the IMSI. In order to know what number received the SMS I need to add all IMSI to my database and link it to the MSISDN. Easier is to just add the number in the database, as they are always shown on the sim package. Now I need to collect the IMSI from each inserted SIM.

So, what I would like to have is a "To: xxxxxx" header in the SMS file of a received SMS message...

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Registered:
May 2009
Location: Jyväskylä, Finland
You could use a modem setting number = xxxxxx. When the number is set, a header "Number: xxxxxx" is added to message files, including sent messages. Because of this, the header should not be changed to "To:".

Oops... :oops: This setting has been available for ten years, but never documented. This is not meant to be undocumented, so I will update documentation, if I remember to do so. ;)

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Registered:
Oct 2018
Location: Netherlands
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ah that is great :)
That is all I need really, now I can get everything to work as I want to!

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