Reports and Object Model
  • 13 Jul 2022
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Reports and Object Model

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The Phone Number Lookup feature introduces a new object into the Blackthorn Messaging object model that facilitates storing information about a particular phone number. The object is named Phone Number Lookup.

Let's take a look at the anatomy of a Phone Number Lookup record.

Object Name: Phone Number Lookup


Field Name Type Description
Carrier Error Code Text Error message provided if there is an error with the lookup
Carrier Name Text Name of the phone carrier (Verizon, AT&T, etc)
Country Code Text Calling code prefix of the country for which this phone number is associated.
Do Not SMS Checkbox This will be TRUE if the phone number exists on a record where the Do Not SMS field is TRUE.
Expiration Date Date By default, this will be 6 months after the Last Lookup Date.
Last Lookup Date Date The date on which this phone number was last successfully looked up.
Lookup Pending Formula (Checkbox) A flag that indicates whether this record needs to be looked up. This will be checked when the Status = New or if the Expiration Date has passed.
Mobile Country Code Text Identifier for the mobile network operator.
Mobile Network Code Text Identifier for the mobile network operator.
National Format Text The traditional formatting of the phone number specific to the country. For example, (555) 555-5555.
Number Type Text
Phone Number Text The phone number in E.164 format. For example, +15555555555.
Status Text The status of this lookup record. Accepted values are New, Success, Failure, or Bad Number.

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