I need to add a 1 to dialed number if it does not contain one. I am using the rule below and what it does is it replaces the first digit with a 1 not append to it.
EX: I dial 2223334444 I get 1223334444 (replacing the first 2 with a 1) How can I fix this?
rule 2 /^[2-9]/ /1/
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That is exactly what I was looking for.
Your rule is not correct. Change to below.
rule 2 /^\([2-9].*\)/ /1\1/
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