Debian/FreePBX woes on new install

After fixing some bugs in the xorcom.com install of Asterisk and FreePBX on Debian I got the user interface and outbound calls working without too much trouble. But inbound calls fail over the SIP trunk. On further investigation I found many warnings in /var/log/asterisk/messages:


[Sep 17 11:42:13] WARNING[4779] pbx.c: Unable to register extension ‘s’, priority 2 in ‘macro-dialout-trunk’, already in use
[Sep 17 11:42:13] WARNING[4779] pbx.c: Unable to register extension ‘s’, priority 3 in ‘macro-dialout-trunk’, already in use
[Sep 17 11:42:13] WARNING[4779] pbx.c: Unable to register extension ‘s’, priority 4 in ‘macro-dialout-trunk’, already in use
[Sep 17 11:42:13] WARNING[4779] pbx.c: Unable to register extension ‘s’, priority 5 in ‘macro-dialout-trunk’, already in use
[Sep 17 11:42:13] WARNING[4779] pbx.c: Unable to register extension ‘s’, priority 6 in ‘macro-dialout-trunk’, already in use

Also, when attempting to receive a call, SIP debugging reveals:

[Sep 17 11:57:47] NOTICE[4845]: pbx.c:1892 pbx_extension_helper: No such label ‘normdial’ in extension ‘s’ in context 'macro-dial’
Scheduling destruction of SIP dialog ‘[email protected]’ in 6400 ms (Method: INVITE)

This makes me wonder if the default config files are trashed. Are these warnings fatal?

Thank You,
David Koski
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