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CME Incoming translation for "Missed Calls" list

Hi,

 

I´ve configured the following translation rule set to add a leading "0" to incoming numbers, in order to have a working "Missed Calls" list.

The rules are for Florida (Orlando), but i´m not sure if they are 100% correct.

 voice translation-rule 9
 rule 1 /^321\(.*\)/ /0321\1/
 rule 2 /^407\(.*\)/ /0407\1/
 rule 3 /^1321\(.*\)/ /0321\1/
 rule 4 /^1407\(.*\)/ /0407\1/
 rule 8 /\(1..........\)/ /0\1/
 rule 9 /\(..........\)/ /01\1/

 
voice translation-profile INCOMING_TRANSLATION
 translate calling 9
 translate called 1
!

 

 

Does anyone have experiences with this here in Florida?

Another question would be: How can  international incoming numbers be identified, so i would add a "0011" as a prefix?

 

Thanks!

Heinz

 

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Silver

For everything related to

For everything related to translations you have very usefull testing tool inside CME:

test voice translation ... - in "enable" mode

Try it.

 

HTH,

Dragan

HTH, Dragan

Thanks - I know this test

Thanks - I know this test method. The problem is, that I dont know how calls from external countries (i.e. Canada, Mexico, Germany, ...) can be identified exactly. Is there a strict rule (i.e. the number of digits)?

 

Thanks!

Silver

Well I think there is no way

Well I think there is no way that you can match international numbers based on number of digits or something like that...there are just to much options for that smiley

HTH,

Dragan

HTH, Dragan
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