[jitsi-users] Dial Prefix


#1

Hi Folks,
i am new on the list an d new to Jitsi. First of all - thank you for a
great piece of software! If our tests over here are successful we are
planing to build a connector to SugarCRM.

My problem: i am using a VoIP-PBX and have to dial a "0" before
calling external parties. The numbers ob my contacts are stored
without this prefix. I have been searching around to find the place
where i can put in this dialing-prefix but i did not succeed.

Can you please help me
Thanks and kind regards

Georg

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#2

Hey Georg,

How exactly are you storing your contacts? LDAP? XCAP? Outlook? Apple Address Book? XMPP? Google Contacts?

Emil

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On 15.01.14, 15:20, Georg Schuetz wrote:

Hi Folks,
i am new on the list an d new to Jitsi. First of all - thank you for a
great piece of software! If our tests over here are successful we are
planing to build a connector to SugarCRM.

My problem: i am using a VoIP-PBX and have to dial a "0" before
calling external parties. The numbers ob my contacts are stored
without this prefix. I have been searching around to find the place
where i can put in this dialing-prefix but i did not succeed.

Can you please help me
Thanks and kind regards

Georg

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#3

Hi Emil,

Sorry for chiming in but I believe the OP is asking for Jitsi to have
a "dialing prefix" config option where you can add a certain calling
prefix before ALL numbers.

Windows 95 implemented this as part of "dial-up networking", in the
modem settings.

FC

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On Wed, Jan 15, 2014 at 2:10 PM, Emil Ivov <emcho@jitsi.org> wrote:

How exactly are you storing your contacts? LDAP? XCAP? Outlook? Apple
Address Book? XMPP? Google Contacts?

Emil

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#4

Hit "send" too early. Meant to add: Thanks for your kind words! :wink:

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On 15.01.14, 18:10, Emil Ivov wrote:

Hey Georg,

How exactly are you storing your contacts? LDAP? XCAP? Outlook? Apple
Address Book? XMPP? Google Contacts?

Emil

On 15.01.14, 15:20, Georg Schuetz wrote:

Hi Folks,
i am new on the list an d new to Jitsi. First of all - thank you for a
great piece of software! If our tests over here are successful we are
planing to build a connector to SugarCRM.

My problem: i am using a VoIP-PBX and have to dial a "0" before
calling external parties. The numbers ob my contacts are stored
without this prefix. I have been searching around to find the place
where i can put in this dialing-prefix but i did not succeed.

Can you please help me
Thanks and kind regards

Georg

--
https://jitsi.org


#5

Hi Emil,

Hey Georg,

How exactly are you storing your contacts? LDAP? XCAP? Outlook?
Apple Address Book? XMPP? Google Contacts?

Our SugarCRM feeds an LDAP-Directory but i tested
Thunderbird-Addressbook as well. International Numbers are usually
formatted like

+49(6331)149740

this should be 00496331149740 for the pbx. I have to add 0 in front to
dial out. So this one would be: 000496331149740 for my pbx

Ok?
regards
Georg

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Am 15.01.2014 18:10, schrieb Emil Ivov:

Emil

On 15.01.14, 15:20, Georg Schuetz wrote:

Hi Folks, i am new on the list an d new to Jitsi. First of all -
thank you for a great piece of software! If our tests over here
are successful we are planing to build a connector to SugarCRM.

My problem: i am using a VoIP-PBX and have to dial a "0" before
calling external parties. The numbers ob my contacts are stored
without this prefix. I have been searching around to find the
place where i can put in this dialing-prefix but i did not
succeed.

Can you please help me Thanks and kind regards

Georg

--
Georg Schütz
Dipl.Wirtschaftsingenieur(FH)

Fon: +49(0)6331-14974-0
Fax: +49(0)6331-14974-29
mailto:georg.schuetz@kamux.de
Web: http://www.kamux.de

PGP-Key-ID/Fingerprint: 0xC4C2E4C2
5215 53A2 CBDF 5F0F F27A
5A78 13FC E0BB C4C2 E4C2

KaMUX GmbH Co. KG
Sitz Pirmasens
Friedhofstraße 32
66953 Pirmasens
Deutschland
Registergericht-Amtsgericht
Zweibrücken HRA 30187

persönlich haftende Gesellschafterin:
KaMUX Verwaltungs GmbH
Sitz Pirmasens
Friedhofstraße 32
66953 Pirmasens
Deutschland
Geschäftsführer
Georg Schütz
Registergericht-Amtsgericht
Zweibrücken HRB 30311

--
Georg Schuetz
Dipl.Wirtschaftsingenieur(FH)
Orleansstrasse 22
66953 Pirmasens


#6

Maybe this could be used as inspiration for an upcoming feature? :slight_smile:

http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/Cc751104.rk25_01_big(l%3Den-us).gif

FC

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On Wed, Jan 15, 2014 at 2:17 PM, Emil Ivov <emcho@jitsi.org> wrote:

My problem: i am using a VoIP-PBX and have to dial a "0" before
calling external parties. The numbers ob my contacts are stored
without this prefix. I have been searching around to find the place
where i can put in this dialing-prefix but i did not succeed.


#7

Hi Fernando,

My problem: i am using a VoIP-PBX and have to dial a "0"
before calling external parties. The numbers ob my contacts
are stored without this prefix. I have been searching around
to find the place where i can put in this dialing-prefix but
i did not succeed.

Maybe this could be used as inspiration for an upcoming feature?
:slight_smile:

http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/Cc751104.rk25_01_big(l%3Den-us).gif

That's

exactly what i was looking for...

regards
Georg

FC

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KaMUX GmbH Co. KG
Sitz Pirmasens
Friedhofstraße 32
66953 Pirmasens
Deutschland
Registergericht-Amtsgericht
Zweibrücken HRA 30187

persönlich haftende Gesellschafterin:
KaMUX Verwaltungs GmbH
Sitz Pirmasens
Friedhofstraße 32
66953 Pirmasens
Deutschland
Geschäftsführer
Georg Schütz
Registergericht-Amtsgericht
Zweibrücken HRB 30311

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Am 15.01.2014 18:22, schrieb Fernando Cassia:

On Wed, Jan 15, 2014 at 2:17 PM, Emil Ivov <emcho@jitsi.org> > wrote:


#8

Hi Emil,

Hey Georg,

How exactly are you storing your contacts? LDAP? XCAP? Outlook?
Apple Address Book? XMPP? Google Contacts?

Our SugarCRM feeds an LDAP-Directory but i tested
Thunderbird-Addressbook as well. International Numbers are usually
formatted like

+49(6331)149740

this should be 00496331149740 for the pbx. I have to add 0 in front to
dial out. So this one would be: 000496331149740 for my pbx

Ok?

What happens when you define "000" as a prefix for your LDAP contact source?

Emil

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On 15.01.14, 18:35, Georg Schuetz wrote:

Am 15.01.2014 18:10, schrieb Emil Ivov:

regards
Georg

Emil

On 15.01.14, 15:20, Georg Schuetz wrote:

Hi Folks, i am new on the list an d new to Jitsi. First of all -
thank you for a great piece of software! If our tests over here
are successful we are planing to build a connector to SugarCRM.

My problem: i am using a VoIP-PBX and have to dial a "0" before
calling external parties. The numbers ob my contacts are stored
without this prefix. I have been searching around to find the
place where i can put in this dialing-prefix but i did not
succeed.

Can you please help me Thanks and kind regards

Georg

--
https://jitsi.org


#9

Hi,

Hi Emil,

Hey Georg,

How exactly are you storing your contacts? LDAP? XCAP? Outlook?
Apple Address Book? XMPP? Google Contacts?

Our SugarCRM feeds an LDAP-Directory but i tested
Thunderbird-Addressbook as well. International Numbers are usually
formatted like

+49(6331)149740

this should be 00496331149740 for the pbx. I have to add 0 in front to
dial out. So this one would be: 000496331149740 for my pbx

Ok?

What happens when you define "000" as a prefix for your LDAP contact
source?

Well... shame on me. I did not expect this feature to be adress-source
specific and so i did not have a look at it when setting up the contacts.

It works! I set one 0 as prefix for SugarCRM-LDAP Contacts as well as
for Thunderbird Adress Book. It works like a charm. Thank you Emil.

regards
Georg

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Am 15.01.2014 19:41, schrieb Emil Ivov:

On 15.01.14, 18:35, Georg Schuetz wrote:

Am 15.01.2014 18:10, schrieb Emil Ivov:

Emil

regards
Georg

Emil

On 15.01.14, 15:20, Georg Schuetz wrote:

Hi Folks, i am new on the list an d new to Jitsi. First of all -
thank you for a great piece of software! If our tests over here
are successful we are planing to build a connector to SugarCRM.

My problem: i am using a VoIP-PBX and have to dial a "0" before
calling external parties. The numbers ob my contacts are stored
without this prefix. I have been searching around to find the
place where i can put in this dialing-prefix but i did not
succeed.

Can you please help me Thanks and kind regards

Georg

--
Georg Schuetz
Dipl.Wirtschaftsingenieur(FH)
Orleansstrasse 22
66953 Pirmasens