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How can I access the caller ID LOG (ie: history, or the last 20 numbers that came in)? I do not currently have an assigned button, so need the steps to do that. I tried assigning "7" and "97" to the CO4 button, but after testing it by calling in with caller ID, when I press the button it reads New: 000 Old: 000 I have confirmed, to the best of my ability, that all of the system programming settings are set to enable call logging, that all stations have access to the log, and so on.

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System Programming:
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  2. At each phone where you want to log all calls, press intercom, then 7382#.
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