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I recently used the rewrite/strip method to remove the necessity for our users to dial a "1" before dialing out. This is causing some minimal bumps as calls that come in contain the "1". So when we try to redial numbers from our missed call lists the phone cannot connect the calls. If we could have two outbound routes allowing calls to be placed with the "1" if the digits are 10, and the second allowing the system to dial numbers that are 11 digits starting with "1".

What I'm looking for is how to create multiple outbound call routes within operator. I've done it rather easily in trixbox and switchvox PBX applications.

Thank you.

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You could also explore the option to attach a prefix on the inbound call, then use that on the outbound to strip properly. It might make the inbound number look strange, but should solve the call routing problem.
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