Yep. The easy way is if you have a fixed number of digits and you don't want people entering the #. Then you can just use Get Digit String and grab as many digits as you need. To make it better, you can use Get Digit String and always only collect one digit. Then keep track of how many you've collected. You can then keep a variable with the collectedDigits that you keep putting the collected digit (as long as it's not # and the timeout isn't reached).
With some more complex AA's you can have the callers enter the extension any time (i.e. you don't need to say 'press 1 if you know the extension'); you just make sure if the number of collected digits is exactly 1 (and a timeout is reached), then it's probably a menu option that they want and not an extension.
If I set it up the way you suggested, then I guess I would need to play my menu prompt seperately and not tie it the menu. Collect the digits and then step into the menu. Can you pass the digits into the menu?
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