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Old 02-21-2007, 09:34 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Ok maybe im a noob, but if I have multi. text messages I can highlight all the texts with the track ball and the # key, but with my call logs I cant do the same action! How do you delete all the call logs with one action? it sucks when ive used my phone all day and have to delete my call log one at a time. Please help me out!!
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Old 02-21-2007, 09:38 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Go to the Messages Folder >Click Menu >Select "View Folder" >Select "Phone Call Logs" >Highlight a date >Click Menu >Select "Delete Prior."
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wont that just not log my missed, dialed calls?
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It really works! I promise. That is how you delete all your phone logs. The phone page call log only shows a few of your call logs. They are all stored in a folder that can be accessed from the Messages folder.

Try it and you'll see.
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Thanks! Also, when you go to the View Folder - Phone Call Logs you can select all like you do with your e-mail messages.

My question is - how can I configure the call log (not in the messages folder) to keep the list for "x" messages or days or whatever like I can in the Phone Call Logs Folder? I prefer the way they look in there, but it only shows the last 20 calls or so.
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Unfortunatly, you can't set that. There are different views for the call log page but that's about it.
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Along these same lines. I have a problem with the call log showing [1] after your recommended fix for deleting all? please help, t-mobile could not....Thanks ...............bb pearl t-mobile
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Old 05-01-2007, 01:50 PM   #8 (permalink)
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Along these same lines. I have a problem with the call log showing [1] after your recommended fix for deleting all? please help, t-mobile could not....Thanks ...............bb pearl t-mobile
eh? Then you did not properly delete the phone call log. Check Post #2 again and repeat.
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