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I am using a SIP provider that has provided me with a username like: (Note this is only the username part)

And has a numerical password. My Register string looks something like this:

But this is not working, as asterisk is only sending the first part +112223344 before the first @. My provider is adamant about having the full form of it. This is the first time I am facing this issue that is quite unusual for me. Please help.

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Try it with quotes, like this:

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