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By WelshPaul
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The Snom M200SC does not use the regex dial string pattern. You can define your dial plan string using this as an example.

Example: Dials when a UK number has been entered, or when 156 has been entered.
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0[1-9]xxxxxxxxx|152|x+P
  1. Matching rule: 0[1-9]xxxxxxxxx number starting with 0, preceded by a number between 1 and 9 then any 9-digit number
    e.g. Landline: 01792000000 Mobile: 07944000000 Premium rate: 09900000000
  2. Matching rule: 156
    e.g. Fixed number, this instance 156
  3. Dialing rule x+P
    Note: Matches any other input and uses the Inter Digit timeout set under "SIP Account Management" before dialling the number
Note 1: You must press the "Talk" speaker key for the rule to work. Wait for dial tone and then enter the number.
Note 2: Once the number entered matches either of the rules "0[1-9]xxxxxxxxx|152" the M15 SC will dial the number.
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