Is there a wildcard you can use in the Unity Routing Rules that stands for a single number rather than the * ? I'm trying to remove the External Mask from the translation pattern from our pilot number that sends all incoming calls to Unity. But if I set the rule for Any calling number to go to our Main Auto Attendant Menu, then when users press the Message Key on their phone, they'll get the Auto Attendant rather than the Attempt To Sign In. Or vice versa depending on the order of the rules. I could be missing an easy fix, so let me know if I am! Thanks!
the masks (which include * and ?) are usable for restriction tables - it's the same parsing engine used for routing rules but it appears the SA is being overly restrictive about it. I ran some tests here and manually configured the rule to include a ? in the number field and it appears to work properly. The trouble is the DB fild for that condition column is a little tricky to be free editing. There's a routing rules tool on the box which helps a bit but it's complex to use and you can shoot yourself in the foot with it.
I'll open a bug against the SA on it for the moment - if you're in a real jam and want to take a swing and manually editing your routing rules to include teh ? mask character, email me off line. Realize, however, that TAC will not support you on this! And you'll want to make a backup of your system for sure...
The short answer is that you don't.... That isn't entirely true while at
the same time it kind of is, but for the most part you don't configure
the softkeys. You enable or disable them via TCL. Here is the long
answer. Be sure to read the whole thing or e...
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