Hello: I have a problem, when using the wildcard "$d$" in a MMOIP-Dial-peer on an on-ramp-gateway. (Cisco2821 IOS 124-4.T1). When configuring the "session-target" (Mail-receptor)in the MMOIP-dial-peer, you can insert a normal e-mail address like (session target mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org). So it works fine, the Message Transfer Agent of the router delivers a correct mail-address to the mail-server (MS-Exchange), like "<email@example.com>".
But when I use the wildcard "$d$" (called number, DID) in the session-target (session target mailto:$firstname.lastname@example.org), to simplify the configuration of the gateway (so I don´t have to configure a seperate MMOIP-dial peer for every mail-user)the router-MTA delivers the mail-address to the exchange-server in a format, which is not accepted "<mailto:email@example.com>". The difference is the "mailto:", that is added to the email-address (only added, when using the wildcard), so the mail-server responds "Invalid mail-address".
Doe´s anybody know, how to avoid this "mailto:"-addition, when using the wildcard "$d$"? Many thank´s in advance-Peter
PS: Here´s the "debug fax mta detail":
1.So it work´s fine:
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