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editor [Examples for 'Allow Numbers' and Pattern Matching]
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 ===== Examples for 'Allow Numbers'​ and Pattern Matching ===== ===== Examples for 'Allow Numbers'​ and Pattern Matching =====
-Note that caller-id is passed from other networks, we try to keep it to the full international number //but this is not guaranteed//​. ​+Note that caller-id is passed from other networks, we try to standardise ​to the full international number ​with a leading plus (example: +35386123123123) ​//but this is not guaranteed//​. ​
  
   * **123456789** - This would allow any call which contains 12345689 //​anywhere//​ in the caller-id. For example 0123456789 or +44123456789 or 0044123456789. ​   * **123456789** - This would allow any call which contains 12345689 //​anywhere//​ in the caller-id. For example 0123456789 or +44123456789 or 0044123456789. ​
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   * **????????????​** - This would allow any calls which have a minimum 12 digits as caller-id, note that ? matches letters too and if the call was '​unknown'​ it would match and allow it.    * **????????????​** - This would allow any calls which have a minimum 12 digits as caller-id, note that ? matches letters too and if the call was '​unknown'​ it would match and allow it. 
   * **?​207???????,​ ?​203???????,​ ?​208???????​** - This would match calls from UK London example 02071234567 or 00442071234567 or +442071234567. ​   * **?​207???????,​ ?​203???????,​ ?​208???????​** - This would match calls from UK London example 02071234567 or 00442071234567 or +442071234567. ​
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 See an [[ii_examples:​screening|Example using Screen]] See an [[ii_examples:​screening|Example using Screen]]
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