Calling card rules are used for Dial-Up Networking, HyperTerminal, Phone Dialer, and other telephony programs. You can create a custom rule using:
Control Panel / Modems / Dialing Properties / For long distance call, use this calling card / Calling Card / New and follow the dialog box instructions.
The dialing codes you can use are:
0-9: Numbers to be dialed. ABCD: Characters to be dialed. (Tone dialing only - used for special control on some phone systems.) E: Dial the country code. F: Dial the area code (city code). G: Dial the local phone number. H: Dial the card number. *,#: Characters to be dialed (tone dialing only). T: Subsequent numbers are to be tone dialed. P: Subsequent numbers are to be pulse dialed. ,: Pause for a fixed time. !: Flash (1/2 second on-hook, 1/2 second off-hook). W: Wait for a second dial tone. @: Wait for quiet answer (ring-back followed by five seconds of silence). $: Wait for calling card prompt tone. ?: Suspend dialing until user provides input.Look at predefined CARD7, MCI long distance via 1-800-674-0700. The LDRule contains 18006740700,,,,,,TH,,FG which means:
1. Call 1-800-674-0700. 2. 6 Waits. 3. Dial next numbers as tone. 4. Dial the calling card number. 5. 2 Waits. 6. Dial the area code. 7. Dial the phone number.The rule is stored in the registry at:
where Card# is the entry number. Card0 is (None). Look at Card7
for the Value Names and data types.