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Cannot dial a number from the telephone call log (missed call)

Cannot dial a number from the telephone call log (missed call)

Cannot dial a number from the telephone call log (missed call)

(OP)
Hi all,

The call logs register the missed call of a telephone, but it is registered without 0

For example, a incoming caller ID is 0123456789, and on the Phone Call log we found 123456789, so it always remove the 0

The user cannot callback this number automatically from the call log, he has to dial it manually

Is there any way to log the complete number or force system to add 0 for this incomplete numbers when dialing ?

Thank you in advance.

RE: Cannot dial a number from the telephone call log (missed call)

You can add the leading digits on the trunk where the call was received.

RE: Cannot dial a number from the telephone call log (missed call)

(OP)
Hi Okkie26,

Where I should add the leading digit (only for incoming call), you mean prefixe ? it will not impact the outgoing call dialing ?

Thank you.

RE: Cannot dial a number from the telephone call log (missed call)

Yes, that's it.

And will only impact incomming calls..

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