The safest, least ambiguous way to supply a fax number to the InterFAX API is the following:
+(country code)(area code)(fax number), for example: +12129874563
00(country code)(area code)(fax number), for example: 0012129874563
which consists of the following parts:
+symbol or the numbers
- The international country calling code.
- The area code with no local access prefix (except for Italy, where the local access prefix is required; e.g. Rome is 06)
- The fax number
Date-times are expected to be ISO 8601-compliant. See the link for details, but generally speaking, a date-time should look like this:
(date as YYYY-MM-DD)T(time)(GMT offset), for example: 2001-12-31T21:34+02:00
which is made up of the following parts:
- A date part, like
- The letter
Tas a separator
- A time part, like
- A GMT time zone offset, like
-08:00, specifying in which time zone the time part above is provided. In the absence of a time zone offset, or if the offset is
00:00the time part provided will be assumed to be given in GMT.
Please remember to urlEncode the datetime value in the URL.
FALSE (i.e., not numbers). If absent, a default of false is assumed.