So I am assuming you have Call Manager. If so it is possible for a route pattern to allow 7 digit dialing without an access code but typically I dont like to do this because inevitably it will overlap with internal extensions and other system DN's and you will experience inter-digit timeout problems. But if you are comfortable with that caveat you can just create a [2-8]XXXXXX Route Pattern with no digit manipulation instead of something like 9.[2-8]XXXXXX PreDot or have both.
Again let me emphasize te that this is something I typically push back on if asked.
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