## Dialing Pattern

The dialing pattern is the number that the Faximum user actually
types in to the Fax # field.
The Dialing Pattern may contain any of the following:

+0123456789ABCD*# - match exactly as
specified
[???] - match specified
number of digits (e.g., 3)

[123] - match any single
digit specified
(e.g., 1, 2, or 3)

[---] - match the specified
number of digits (e.g., 3)
with a string of
partial phone numbers
in the Match List window.

[*] - match any number of
digits (must be the
last pattern in the
string)

Faximum uses this number to determine the Dial String.
The Dial String is the number that is finally dialed.

For example the following dialing pattern:

1 604 [*]

requires that the user enter the digits 1 604 and then any additional
numbers. This would allow a call to any number in the 604 area code.

The following pattern:

[---] [????]

Requires that the user enter 7 numbers. The first three are checked
against the numbers in the
match list. The last four can be any numbers.

The default dialing pattern is simply `[*]`

which allows the user
to enter any number.