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88fingerslukee

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I'm trying to use the LDAP directory on a snom 870 phone to dial. The problem I'm having is that phone numbers are stored in our directory as either 1 (123)4567890 or (123)4567890. We use the number 9 to dial out. When one goes to look up a number and then dial it, the dialing fails because the number 9 isn't automatically added and cannot be added later.

How do we change the dial plan on the phone to work with KO in this fashion?
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Jakub Viták (Kerio)

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Hello, Lucas.

You could use empty prefix instead.

Edit interface in outgoing section.
Remove prefix and set stripping from left to zero.

All numbers, which aren't defined in your Operator will be automatically
called through that interface.

Regards, Jakub Viták
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88fingerslukee

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Thanks for the reply Jakub.

I would do this, but we use 3-digit extensions (101, 102, 205 etc) and this interferes with standard dialing without a prefix.

For example, if I were wanting to dial somebody in the state of Washington, the number would look like this:
2061234567

When I dial the third character without a prefix it will take me to extension 206, not let me dial the rest of the number. Is there some way of preventing this on the snom 870 phone?
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88fingerslukee

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Nobody has an answer to this? My current dial plan string that (I believe) KO inserts into the snome 870 looks like so:

!^(1[0-9\*#]{2})$|^(20[0-9\*#]{1})$|^(30[0-9\*#]{1})$|^(50)$|^(8[0-9\*#]{1})$!sip:\1@\d!d


I know nothing about how to script these things so I'm asking the question, how do I alter this string so that either of the two happens:

1.) You have to press a key (like the check mark key) to dial any length of number
OR
2.) Any number greater than 3 digits has a leading number 1 stripped (if the number has it)and has the dialing prefix (in this case a 9) automatically added to it?

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