wildcards with outbond rules???

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  1. intercambio44

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    Hello,

    Exist any characters or "wildcards" that I can use in Outbond Rules?

    My problem:

    Our nacional number format is 0xx yyyy yyyy.
    xx= idendify the city, and if the first y is 6, 7, 8 or 9 than the call is for Mobile.

    I would like to set in Outbond Rules:

    Call to number starting with: xxx6, xxx7, xxx8, xxx9 send to .....

    Which symbole/ wildcard I have to use ($, #, x) ???

    Thanks

    Frank
     
  2. willow

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    I dont know of any wild cards, you can however just build a outbound rule for each that you need. the system will match from top to bottom the list that is programmed.
     
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    You can list at least several numbers like
    3,6-9
    which means any number starting with digit 3, 6, 7, 8 or 9
     
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  4. willow

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    ah yes, you can use the dashes and comma's though they will not work for this particular instance. unless of course xxx is always the same number.
     
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