This rule allows the user to dial with his local number formatting. E.g, "0"+area code or only the number if it's from the same area as the dialer. The rules are separated with a comma and composed by 2 or 3 parameters separated with /.
1st parameter: the number that will be replaced. "*" can be used as 'any number'.
2nd parameter: the number that will replace the numbered entered in the 1st parameter.
3rd parameter: the number of digits of the number that should be affected by the rule. If there isn't a 3rd parameter, the number of digits will not be taken into consideration while applying the rule.
Some examples:
Allows the user to call the same number with "55"(country code)+area code+number, or "0"(country code)+area code+number, or only the number.
0/55,*/5511/8,*/5511/9
1st rule: any number that starts with "0" will have it replaced with "55" no matter how many digits they have.2nd rule: any numbers that have 8 digits will have "5511" added to their beginning.
3rd rule: any numbers that have 9 digits will have "5511" added to their beginning.
Allows the user to call the same number with "55"(country code)+area code+number, or "0"(country code)+area code+number, or area code+number, or only the number.
0/55,*/5511/8,*/5511/9,*/55/10,*/55/11
1st rule: any number that starts with "0" will have it replaced with "55" no matter how many digits they have.
2nd rule: any number that has 8 digits will have "5511" added to their beginning.
3rd rule: any number that has 9 digits will have "5511" added to their beginning.
4th rule: any number that has 10 digits will have "55" added to its begging.
5th rule: any number that has 11 digits will have "55" added to its begging.
