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Need to add Prefix number to CS10000

Need to add Prefix number to CS10000

Need to add Prefix number to CS10000

(OP)
Can you someone provide the steps to add a specific prefix to CS1000?

RE: Need to add Prefix number to CS10000

Do you mean to add in a specific code such as e.g. "7" followed by the phone number for outgoing calls?.

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RE: Need to add Prefix number to CS10000

Pre translations or the second is Zone Flexible dial plan, depends which works best for you. If like Firebird mentions you wanted to insert the 9 or 0 for outside line (useful on credit card machines etc.) then pre translations is easiest, if you want more flexibility for best case matching etc. on later software ZFDP is good.

RE: Need to add Prefix number to CS10000

(OP)
Sorry for the late reply, I went on PTO.
I appreciate all the responses. I figured it out in LD 90 and it worked...Thanks again!!!
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