How Do I Configure the PBX Numbering Rules ?



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    Hi, thanks, it helps... but:

    I've set and some rules we need are working but I've found some cases we need to deal with...
    It is:
    1) how to deal with "+" in the begining of international phone numbers as are usually used all over the world... I am not able to set + mark in dialing rules
    2) how to deal with spaces between numbers ie: +421 2 49216 171 is usual form of number in slovakia... I need to delete them... 

    many thanks

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    Simon LENOBLE


    For 1) I don't understand exactly what you mean.

    For example, to add a "+" at the beginning: Rule = ^(.+)$  Replace=+$1

    Or to remove a "+" at the beginning: Rule = ^\+ Replace=nothing

    For 2) : Rule=[^\d]+        Replace=nothing


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    Hi, the point 1) I solved already by rule =^[+], replace=00

    But for point 2) I have no idea. Whenever there is a space in number to dial there is an error.

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    Baptiste CANDELIER

    Hi Milos, Hi Simon,

    after some tests our R&D found out that rules configured to catch the + of a canonical phone number don't work correctly. They have already provided a fix and it should be available Monday October 15th once the new Rainbow version has been promoted into production. Let us know if you still face the same issues next week.



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    Hi  Baptise,


    pleas help me with regular command for translate of  Speed Dialing By Range:

    ex. AB180 - in OXE mean #90 prefix to area 0, 080 mean the index of Speed Dialing By Range in area 0

    The index 080 is therefore because in OXE is locate also Speed Dialing Prefix in range 100 prefixes.

    I need  modify commad ex.   ^((?=(258))[0-9]{8})$ as  ex.:

    the AB180  will  replace by #90080# _ index 000 -999 in Speed Dialing By Range

    I know work with command ^((?=(258))[0-9]{8})$ when the numbers 258 not need remove.

    Ho is possible  ^((?=(AB))[0-9]{6})$  replace to finaly command to OXE as :

    #90 - prefix to Speed Dialing By Range 0, xxx - the all index ( 000-999), # confirm value for   end of PSTN number in Speed Dialing By Range 


    Thank you for help


    Petr Halberstat Alcasys

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