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STRIP + FROM OUTDAIL

STRIP + FROM OUTDAIL

STRIP + FROM OUTDAIL

(OP)
Dear friends,
We have using grandstream GRP2615 how i can strip + from oudial,specifically from phone .

RE: STRIP + FROM OUTDAIL

Umm... + doesn't have a DTMF equivalent that I'm aware of... so it shouldn't be dialing that... what is the exact problem you're having?

Just my $.02

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RE: STRIP + FROM OUTDAIL

+ Means dialling the international access code.
In most European Countries it is 00
In the North American Prefix area it is 011

RE: STRIP + FROM OUTDAIL

IPEXE should be more specific...

Is the phone programmed to auto dial + before every # dialed and you want to remove it?
or
You want to restrict the phone from using + (LD)



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RE: STRIP + FROM OUTDAIL

That's E.164 formatting, so if you have an option to disable it, try that.

RE: STRIP + FROM OUTDAIL

(OP)
Thanks to reply
client has grandstream video phone and synched his android phone contacts with grandstream.in contacts if there is +91XXXXXX number then customer want +91XXXXXX must be dialed by single touch but there is no option in sip server to eliminate + which is not dtmf.

RE: STRIP + FROM OUTDAIL

Did you try to contact Grandstream support?
They are sometimes quite helpful, especially with programming options

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