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 The caller-id collected is appended to the external web link (parameter URL) as the field-value of a query string. The caller-id collected is appended to the external web link (parameter URL) as the field-value of a query string.
  
-The field-values appended are; The caller-id '​callerid=//​callerid//'​ and a unique call identifier '​uid=//​uid//'​. . For example; if the caller-id is 0123456789 and the url supplied is '//​%%http://​mysite.com/​call.php?​%%//'​ then it will result in the url '//​%%http://​mysite.com/​call.php?​callerid=0123456789%%//'​ being called. The call.php page will then processes the received caller-id and publish a single digit result. Restricted caller-id'​s will be passed as '​unknown'​ or '​anonymous'​.+The field-values appended are; The caller-id '​callerid=//​callerid//'​ and a unique call identifier '​uid=//​uid//'​. . For example; if the caller-id is 0123456789 and the url supplied is '//​%%http://​mysite.com/​call.php?​%%//'​ then it will result in the url '//​%%http://​mysite.com/​call.php?​callerid=0123456789&​uid=1542799260735%%//' being called. The call.php page will then processes the received caller-id and publish a single digit result. Restricted caller-id'​s will be passed as '​unknown'​ or '​anonymous'​.
  
 An outcome of '​1'​ for the http call takes the success output, anything else (including a timeout) is interpreted as failure and sent to the failure output on the bottom of the block. An outcome of '​1'​ for the http call takes the success output, anything else (including a timeout) is interpreted as failure and sent to the failure output on the bottom of the block.
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