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Voicemail Pro String Manipulation to remove inbound caller ID

Voicemail Pro String Manipulation to remove inbound caller ID

Voicemail Pro String Manipulation to remove inbound caller ID

(OP)
Need help on setting Voicemail Pro String Manipulation to remove inbound caller ID. Carrier can't remove inbound caller ID on SIP trunks, and customer doesn't want it. The only way I can figure is by using the String Manipulation in Generic call flow in VMPro. I am just stuck on the syntax. Thank you.

RE: Voicemail Pro String Manipulation to remove inbound caller ID

I really don't see the reason for this but the generic action is correct. The help files describe that well in my opinion.

What exactly do you want to manipulate?

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RE: Voicemail Pro String Manipulation to remove inbound caller ID

(OP)
Just remove the numeric caller ID, or replace it with just an area code, or 0000000's. Anything but what the actual caller ID is.

RE: Voicemail Pro String Manipulation to remove inbound caller ID

Unfortunally you cannot edit/remove the CLI on inbound calls, it will always show on the phone.

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