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Retrieve last 10 dial out number

Will the handset save the last 10 dial out number ? if yes, how to retrieve it?

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Same as the other one

It will mainly depend on the setup but usually the last 10. TO access the last 10 select the soft key menu button, down arrow on silver dial to outgoing call log. Let me know if that helps.

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