Incoming Caller ID, Call Directory, and Calling Back
When calls come in on our Cisco system, they show up as a 10 digit caller id number. If the user goes into their Call Directory (ie Missed or Received Calls), it shows as being the 10-digit number. The problem is that if they then try to Dial that number (not using EditDial), the call doesn't go through. I tried either a Route Pattern or a Translation Pattern, but it causes the phones to wait for the Interdigit Timeout before dialing internal extensions. Is there is a way to automatically either prefix the 91 to the 10-digit number, or change the incoming caller id to include the 91, without causing the timeout problem (or is there some other recommended way of handling this)?
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