When setting up SIP-accounts from some service providers or registering with PBX, whose settings are not on our list Server templates
you may need to manually set up number conversion rules for outgoing calls.
Before sending your phone to a SIP operator, you may need to convert the number to its format. For example, telephone numbers are often written with 8, with brackets and spaces. It is best to convert such numbers to a standard format for compatibility:8 (926) 123-45-67 → 79261234567
The essence of the number conversion required: remove spaces, brackets and hyphens. The digit 8 at the beginning of the number must be converted into a country code, e.g. for Russia it is 7.
These conversions are done using one or more regular expression rules.
- There are 2 types of rules: those that contain an = sign (equality) and those that do not
- All rules apply one at a time
- We recommend using a ` (single quote) character at the beginning and end of rules to disable possible conversion of part of the rule into smiley faces.