Lync regex translation rules.

Hi,

I need to write a regex in Lync to do the following. I have a range of extension 2000 - 2499

I want to convert to

0800 1234xxx

so the regex needs to match on all 4 digits but then strip the first and append 08001234 on to the front

I can build a simple expresion in Lync and chose to remove a digit, but not one that will only pick out 2000-2499.

Or I can build a regex that matches exactly what I want, but then you don't get an opportunity to remove a digit?

Any suggestions?
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Aaron StreetInfrastructure ManagerAsked:
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SapaCommented:
Pattern:

^\d(\d{3})$

Translation:

08001234$1
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Aaron StreetInfrastructure ManagerAuthor Commented:
Ahh I see its he () that dictate the capture part :)

Sorry my regex is not good.

thank you
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