Now, the Dialing Rule Optimizer can provide a Powershell script that will create all the rules necessary for an Enterprise Voice deployment for users in Australia, Germany, Netherlands, Norway, Sweden and the United Kingdom with more on the way. I've even attempted to convert English to German (thanks to Google Translate...so any blame on translation accuracy can be pushed that way).
Having never dialed a phone in the UK or Germany, I've had to make some assumptions:
- any local phone number dialed from within a given area code does not have to include the area code
- phone numbers outside the local area code must start with 0, followed by the area code, then the local number
- international numbers must be preceded by 00 then the country code/area code/local number
Please let me know if my assumptions are incorrect, or if you can offer corrections to my German translations.
If the demand is there, I will create dialing rules for other countries as long as someone can help me understand the local dialing rules and can help with language translation. Things I would need to know:
- Local number format
- National number format
- International number format
- Service number format
- Premium-rate number format
For anyone interested in helping with language translation, here is a list of words/phrases I would need translating:
"Invalid site ID"
" number normalization for "
" routing for "
"Normalization rules for "
"Enter the Site ID to apply the dialing rules for "
"Multiple application pools found. Please select the application pool to apply call block/park"
"No default PSTN gateway found. You must define a PSTN gateway in your topology and assign it to this site before running this script."
"The number you have dialed is prohibited due to corporate policy. If you need to reach this number, please notify your manager."