The configuration of dialer 1 does not have any obvious problems. The dialer string is a bit odd but I assume that this is an attempt to hide the real number. I notice that the dialer is assigned to pool 10. What does the ISDN interface say?
Could you post the router config and also post the output of show isdn status?
Thanks for the additional information. I am not sure that it is enough for me to understand the problem. In my experience you configure the controller (T1 for me, E1 for you) and that relates to the configuration of a serial interface, which then relates to configuration of the dialer interface. Is there a serial interface related to your E1 controller? If so can you post its config?
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