1. 9T the 9 will definately be dropped. With POTS dial peers, any explicitly matched digit (in this case 9) gets dropped.
2. 9.T is not a good destination-pattern to use, 9T is preferred. The 9.T destination-pattern does not work like the 9.T in CallManager. In IOS the "." is just wild card, not a delineator like it is in CallManager.
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