Hi Lorne - this one I think might be a question you might be best placed to answer? It’s re: this thread where you fixed the module
Just got a spam call, and wondered why Caller ID superfecta didn’t “protect us” from it, given that when I run the number through Caller ID superfecta test, it’s shown to be a SPAM caller. It should have gone to Lenny, I thought.
When looking at the inbound route it’s set to send calls through Caller ID superfecta and indeed this did happen as the caller ID geographic region was set to ‘LONDON’ which is one of my lookup sources. However, this lookup source is BELOW the lookup source which would have flagged the call as spam?
My logs are here and as you can see at about line 62 Superfecta sets the caller ID to London.
In the demo, the caller ID would be set to SPAM, but it looks like in reality this may not happen??
(Forgive me if I’ve got something mixed up)