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Why Call history is limited to <300 calls??

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By c_shekhar, Inactive Recognized Developer on 23rd February 2007, 05:31 AM
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Dear all, I have noticed that on my himalaya WM2005 even if the call history duration is increased to "never" the history retains the maximum call log of upto 300 calls only . changing the registry value of HKCU\ControlPanel\Phone\CallHistoryMax to any value (from 000000FF to FFFFFFFF) no improvement is noticed.

Is there any way to increase the call log memory allocation size?????
 
 
11th March 2007, 02:36 PM |#2  
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Come on genius on the forum...pl..
14th September 2010, 02:31 AM |#3  
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wanna WM 6 like WM 2003 ~

coz WM 2003 is no limit for all call history ~!@~!@
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i think you shouldn't also forget to set log clean period to "never".
can anyone confirm this?

sh#t. feel like a graverobber...
30th December 2010, 04:49 PM |#5  
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Originally Posted by c_shekhar

Dear all, I have noticed that on my himalaya WM2005 even if the call history duration is increased to "never" the history retains the maximum call log of upto 300 calls only . changing the registry value of HKCU\ControlPanel\Phone\CallHistoryMax to any value (from 000000FF to FFFFFFFF) no improvement is noticed.

Is there any way to increase the call log memory allocation size?????

you can Set the Folder variable in the Node macros so that calls will get filed into specific folders. This will expedite locating specific types of calls.
Keep the Call History tidy: delete calls that are no longer needed. If you are using the default Call History, use the Compact Call History File option in the Tools menu to reduce the size of the database. If you are using a custom Call History, use your own database tools to maintain the Call History. An excessively large Call History will slow down Active Call Center, so keep the Call History as small as possible.
-If the Call History gets corrupted or there is a need to start with a blank Call History, copy the file named "Blank Phone Call Log.mdb" to "Phone Call Log.mdb" in the Active Call Center program folder. The "Phone Call Log.mdb" file is the Call History used by Active Call Center; the blank log is a blank template provided to accommodate these situations.
-If you have Microsoft Access, Microsoft Visual Basic, or some other means to read Microsoft Access 2000 databases, you can access the default Call History directly and manipulate it. The default Call History is saved in the file "Phone Call Log.mdb" in the Active Call Center program folder. Do not change the format of the existing Call History database tables. More details on using the Call History for advanced applications is provided in the next section.
-For applications that do not require use of the Call History, Call History features can be selectively disabled. For example, they may be limited to saving only time and CallID numbers by changing the settings under Tools ... Voice Telephony Settings to not save data to the Call History. Call History features can also be disabled completely by unchecking the Use Call History to generate a sequential Call ID option. This can significantly improve application performance where detailed logging is not required or wher logging is managed within the scripts.
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Same problem with HTC Pro2 win 6.5 - registry key is not working.
So, I installed software festinger.net
freeware
and in settings of this soft - menu - there is option to set log file length to 10000 calls - so I did it and now log started growth ... please try

Oh yes but actual WM6.5 log is not growing - same 300 records only. 10000 calls are collecting in another file by Software.

Problem was partially solved - I can keep call log in another software,
but to overcome limit of calls log in 300 records in WM 6????
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