Settings/dialnumber us format

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WEB USER INTERFACE
V8: Preferences - General Information(Section):U.S. Dialnumber Format
PHONE USER INTERFACE
N/A
FIRMWARE VERSIONS
V8  
XML CONFIGURATION
<dialnumber_us_format perm="PERMISSIONFLAG">VALIDVALUE</dialnumber_us_format>
DESCRIPTION
When this setting is "on" AND the phone is set to a US time zone, any numbers you dial will be formatted on the display like the following examples:
  1. National format: 9785550123 will be shown as (978) 555-0123; formatting will start when the 4th digit is entered.
  2. Service numbers (depending on availability in your area): A service number beginning with 511, for example, will be shown as (511) -xxxx; formatting will start when the 4th digit is entered.
  3. International access code (for dialing numbers outside NANP): Numbers beginning with the international access code 011 will be shown as 011-x-xxxxxx. Formatting will start when the 4th digit is entered; the country dialing code (the digit(s) enclosed by the two hyphens) can consist of one or more digits.
Examples:
After you have entered the four digits 0114, the display will show them as "011-4".
Entering 9 as a fifth digit will result in "011-49-" because 49 is an existing country dialing code (Germany).
Entering 2 as a fifth digit will result in "011-42" without the second hyphen because there is no "42" country dialing code; entering 0 as the sixth digit will result in "011-420-" because 420 is an existing country dialing code (Czech Republic).
Note: U.S. dialnumber format is the default setting, but will only be activated when the selected time zone on the phone is a US time zone.


VALIDVALUE
<on>, <off>
DEFAULTVALUE
on
FURTHER INFORMATION
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