I am using Vista Ultimate.
I'll give you full picture what I have done.
Under dialing rule tab, I clicked New>
Under General tab:
Location name: Home
Specify the location from which you will be dialing.
Hong Kong SAR : Area Code : none
When dialing from this location, use following rules:
To access an outside line for local calls, dial: none
To access an outside line for long distance calls, dial: 009
Everything rest is empty.
When I try to send the fax to number +86 (27) 85767716
it dials "009 001 86 27 85756616" and obviously it is not going anywhere. I
don't know from where it is adding 001 before the number.
Please help out.
Thanks & Cheers!
"Hal Hostetler [MVP P/I]" wrote:
> So, under 'Control Panel|Phone and Modem Options|Dialing Rules' you've set
> the "Country/Region" box to China (+86) and you're still getting the +1
> (United Sates Country/Region code)?
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> "SHAKIR" <SHAKIR@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> > Hi,
> > I recently bought Vista and want to use its fax, everything is working
> > but the problem I am encountering is its dialing rule. I have telephone
> > uses "009" for IDD access, I fixed the rule but it says that I need to
> > the tel. no. "canonical form +1 (111) 111-1111" then I also changed the
> > number with this format but I don't know why it change the number adding
> > For Example the number is +86 (21) 5275-3138 (86 is country code, 21 is
> > city code and rest is number). To set the dialing rule, I put "009" in
> > field where it says "To access outside line for long-distance calls dial
> > _____"
> > After doing all these things when I see the outbox the receipient number
> > shown as "009 001 86 21 5275 3138" and obviously it is not going any
> > Can any one please help me out what and where I am making the mistake
> > Would very much appreciate your help.
> > Thanks & Cheers!
> > SHAKIR