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Microsoft® Lync Server 2010 Unleashed by Tom Pacyk, Andrew Abbate, Alex Lewis

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Translation Rules

Translation rules are a powerful new feature in Lync Server 2010 that enables digit manipulation to a PBX or media gateway. Lync Server recommends all numbers be the E.164 format, but a PBX or gateway might be configured for local dialing or require special access codes before accepting dial strings.

With translation rules on a trunk, an administrator can configure Lync Server to modify the dial string before sending it to the trunk. This ability is not available in Office Communications Server. For example, the translation rules can now remove a prefix such as +44 and replace it with 901144 before sending the string to the PBX. Administrators can either define the translation rules using regular expressions or using the Translation ...

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