I tested this, with the exception of my call forward number and my speed dial/abbrdial number I put a # at the end of the number I pluged in. Example speed dial 99 = 5551212#. Since you said your pattern was 555!#, I accounted for this. You have done the same in your testing, correct?
Otherwise post your CCM version, Gateway type and IP phone firmware so we can get some more insight.
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