I'm going mad to create a regular expression that remove any space between the digits and add a 0 at the beginning of the string
Thank you very much
I move this post to the "Help Assistance & Support" Topic.
Are you talking about the PBX numbering rules? Did you read our article about this feature?
Let me know if you need further information about this feature.
Hi Quentin, thank you for your response.
I read the article but didn't find a solution. I made some test but I can't find a rule that delete any space between digits and add correctly a "0" at the leading.
Example to manipulate
051 7091 111
In this way I get "0517091111", but I don't mind the substitution to obtain 00517091111
By default Rainbow delete some characters like "space" or "." when you dial a phone number. No need to Regular Expression to delete your space.
Concerning the second point: You can add a "0" automatically in your Equipment information. Try to activate the Outbound Prefix and set him as "0":
Could you please try to delete your Regular Expression and try with the Outbound Prefix?
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