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Re: Adding prefix digits to outbound calls by line
You cannot dial 141 before the number using the phone as it just throws an error. (Presumably because of the dialling plan)
This would not be much help anyway as we only want to bar CLID on one specific fxo and the user would never know which one they were going to get access to and it would be very prone to human error (forgetting to do it).
What I'm after is a facility to say whenever an outbound call is set up via fxo 1 (for example), prefix the dialled number with 141 to bar CLID. This would I guess be the same concept as the old LCR systems where calls needed to be prefixed with some digits to apply the routing.
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