Removing the digit I prefixed on inbound numbers for external calls CLI...
What a confusing title...:)
Anyway my problem is this:
On inbound calls, I prefix a 9 at the gateway level so that numbers show on the phone display and in missed/received calls with a 9 in front of the number which makes them diallable without editing.
My problem is only in regards to call forwarding calls out externally. Users can forward their desk phones out to their mobiles, and when they do this they will see the CLI of the original caller (feature is enabled by the telco).
Only problem is that when the call is forwarded to the users mobile the CLI is correct except it also has a 9 prefixed onto it.
Is there anyway to remove the 9 that I prefixed from the CLI of outbound calls?
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