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I wanted to use prefix 0 en prefix 00 both with a different rewriting.
Somehow it does not seem to work.

My idea is that they influence each other.
Is this feeling correct?

If I change 00 into 9, the rewriting works fine.

why use 0 and 00...? because I want to emulate "the old way" of dialing

Vladimir Toncar (Kerio)

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The double-zero prefix is more selective and hence it will be tried first. Are you stripping the right number of digits (2) in the 'Rewrite numbers' tab?


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Hello Vladimir,

Yes, I did the striping.

I changed the order in the table and put the 00 before the 0.
Though I doubt wether this did the trick, now it works fine.

because I made a new table, it could also have been a typo error

anyway Smile it works fine now.

Thanks fo the support
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