I'm looking for list of rules that iPhone applies on incoming SMS texts. Here's an example of message I have received:
The first number in the text is postal tracking number. iPhone thinks it's a phone number and displays it as underlined blue, clickable number. First mistake.
Second blurred number is PIN for package delivery, the number I'm supposed to say when taking the package. iPhone sort of knows this is somewhat important and underlines it. When tapped, I get option to copy the PIN value. Correct behavior.
Third blurred number is driver's phone number. In case I'm unavailable at destination address, I can call them up and tell them to come elsewhere or at different time. Notice the missing space after every sentence. iPhone didn't recognize this number and I have no way to copy this number and call it. iPhone only allows me to copy the entire message text, not portion of it. If I receive this text in traffic, I am in no position to fiddle with my phone while driving, so I just ignore the text and miss the package.
If no list of rules is available, how should the carrier format their SMS texts, so that iPhone correctly recognizes every piece of information in them?