way to make catch all contact / wildcard?

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    I have a network monitoring program that sends out text alerts to my phone with a number that changes. The number will be something like 1-310-300-XXX. The first 7 digits are always the same but the last 3 change with every message. Is there some way that I can configure a wildcard/catch all contact so anything with the 1-310-300 coming in will show up as that contact?
     
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    found something on another forum... I was sending the alerts to <phone_number>@txt.att.net. When I changed that to <phone_number>@mms.att.net they started coming in with one e-mail address instead of that changing numbers. Now I can set one contact with that e-mail and no phone number and it shows up with the label I want.

    Just in case this helps someone else.... :)
     
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