Managed by the FaxBack Support Team
This article applies to NET SatisFAXtion 8.5.

PROBLEM

DTMF digits are supplied, however have a # in the string and routing is not possible

CAUSE

A # is a terminating digit, telling NET SatisFAXtion to stop listening for further digits and start receiving the fax.
dtmf_terminate_digit is set to # by default, and if not otherwise specified will cause the modem to stop receiving DTMF digits

SOLUTION

Set the registry to change the terminating digit to a * (star)

dtmf_terminate_digit (default #)


CLASS1 Modems
[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\FaxBack\Class1]
"dtmf_terminate_digit"="*"

CLASS2 Modems
[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\FaxBack\Class2]
"dtmf_terminate_digit"="*"

BROOKTROUT Modems
[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\FaxBack\BT_Man]
"dtmf_terminate_digit"="*"
dtmf_terminate_digit
Description: The received dtmf digit that causes the driver to terminate dtmf digit collection being done by the modem by sending the dtmf_detection_end string.
Type: String
Default: #
Range/Options: 1 character

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