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Riddick

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Hi! Is there any posibility to write a dial prefix in form 89[23][79].+$ or smth like that? Otherwise, i have to create too many different prefixes to configure my outgoings. I read september's topic where you said you're going to make this feature more flexible. Did you do smth in that direction?

And the 2nd question. How will behave KO if i'd have two prefixes 89 and 891? Will the calls go always in 1st direction or KO is able to distinguish them? Thank you.

[Updated on: Wed, 17 April 2013 08:43]

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Vladimir Toncar (Kerio)

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Hi,

You cannot use wildcards in the prefix. It's just a string. No work was done so far on the complex routing.

When it comes to prefixes, the more specific one is used. In your case, the prefix 891 will be used if you dial a number starting with 891...

Vladimir
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