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Introduction

This feature is available in software 2.26.0 or higher.

This feature makes it possible to change the phone-book search query and use wild cards.

Detailed information
FieldDescription
AreaCodes.0.WildcardingWild-carding support for auto-lookup. Values:
0 - No wild-carding is enabled

1 - replacement for access code - if access code is detected, it will be removed (Access code = 0, is added to numbers always)

2 - wild-carding for area codes and prefixes - if a local or international prefix is detected, it will be removed and replaced with wildcard '*', with rules specified by parameters described below

3 - both replacement of access code AND wild-carding for area codes/prefixes is performed
Option 2 or 3 is enabled
AreaCodes.0.MinNationalNumLenMinimal length of the hypothetical output number WITHOUT codes that will trigger the codes removal and wild-carding. If number starts with international code, it has to be AreaCodes.IntPrefixIgnoredLen + AreaCodes.MinNationalNumLen to be checked. If number starts with local prefix, it has to be AreaCodes.LocalPrefixIgnoredLen + AreaCodes.MinNationalNumLen to be checked.
AreaCodes.0.LocalPrefixIgnoredLenThe amount of dial characters to be ignored after local prefix is detected (wild-carding):
0 - nothing,

1 - just local prefix (whole, doesn't matter how long it is),

x>1 - specified number of dial characters, counting from first digit of prefix

AreaCodes.0.IntPrefixIgnoredLen

The amount of dial characters to be ignored after international prefix is detected (wild-carding):
0 - nothing,


1 - just international prefix (whole, doesn't matter how long it is),

x>1 - specified number of dial characters, counting from first digit of international prefix



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