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Old 02-16-2006, 06:06 AM   #1 (permalink)
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How do I delete the list of frecently dialed calls?
I have looked and cannot find this except to to them one at a time.
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The easiest way is to select on the most recent date heading, eg February 15, 2006, and then click the trackwheel and choose Delete All Prior. Done! All the prior logs will be deleted. Hope this helps.


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...select on the most recent date heading, eg February 15, 2006, and then click the trackwheel and choose Delete All Prior.
Before you do that, you might want to open the Phone Call Log folder (ALT-P) so you dont accidently delete your emails too.
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Old 02-16-2006, 08:31 AM   #4 (permalink)
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Do you mean to delete the list of recently called numbers from your phone app or in the messages app? In the messages app, Delete Prior will work well.

There is no way to mass delete in the phone app, though.
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Unfortunately is it the phone app. I do not want anyone to be able to see the list of recently dialed numbers. I was looking for a way to mass-delete them.
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On my 8700, you can put the trackwheel over the first phone number in the list, then hold down the NUM button and scroll down, which will highlight all the calls and click on the trackwheel and then the DELETE and they are all gone.
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you can put the trackwheel over the first phone number in the list, then hold down the NUM button and scroll down, which will highlight all the calls and click on the trackwheel and then the DELETE and they are all gone.
This will work, but may not delete all phone calls logged on the BB. If you do not open the phone call folder from the message list, you may not be deleting all phone calls this way.

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