For those who may find this useful here is my digit map for my Polycom SIP Phone. This is important as the phones I bought came set up as US and as such would not dial many UK codes.
Log into your Polycom phone:
Browse to the SIP page and look for the digit map.
Replace the digit map with this:
Now to explain so that you can amend if you need to…
The ‘|’ character separates each rule.
Numbers withing square brackets are a match rule eg [5-6] means the first digit needs to be either a 5 or 6 for the rest of the pattern to match. so the above rules are:
99 = 999 is a valid rule
*xx = Two digits preceded by an asterisk is valid (used for feature codes)
xxxxxxxxxx = UK National numbers i.e. 11 digits first digit being a 0.
[5-6]xxx = My internal extention range i.e. 4 digit number starting with a 5 or 6.
Once a rule matches, the phone will dial out without the user having to press the 'Dial’key.
I hope this helps.