Every time you make or receive a call on your phone, the caller's information is recorded in a call list, which you can then use to redial a contact. Each record contains a telephone number, the date/time of the call, and the length of the call.
Your call lists can be used to redial calls you made, missed, or received. The phone number must be a valid extension or 10-digit phone number to dial directly from a call list.
To dial a contact from a call list:
Did you know? If a caller ID is unavailable for a missed or a received call, you will not be able to call the contact back from the log. A call record must have a valid extension or 10-digit phone number to redial.