Have customer number how do I track in CM 8.6?

I have a phone number of a customer that insists they called in from say Jan to March - I can see 2 instances using UCCX reporting but they insist they called a 3rd time. Just to ensure they didn't get to talk to someone by "zeroing out" how can I trace their calls through the system BEFORE they would have hit UCCX? Does Unity or CM not have some means of tracking a phone number? The only options I see in CDR are for internal extensions.

We're running:
Call Manager 8.6.2
Unity 8.6.2
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José MéndezCommented:
I answered a similar question here:

http://www.experts-exchange.com/Networking/Telecommunications/IP_Telephony/VoIP/Q_28237099.html

You may want to check out those SQL queries.

HTH
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ITGeneralAuthor Commented:
Awesome but that's for "called party number" I'm interested in the INBOUND # whats the field for that?
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José MéndezCommented:
It is in that answer I posted:

run sql car select callingpartynumber,datetimeconnect from tbl_billing_data where finalcalledpartynumber ='8050'

callingpartynumber      datetimeconnect
================== ===============
8051                               1379436583
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ITGeneralAuthor Commented:
Ok so correct me if I'm wrong here - you're SQL statement will show when ext. 8051 made an outbound call to ext. 8050? I need to know when 8050 (where 8050 is a 10 digit local number) called in.
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José MéndezCommented:
run sql car select finalcalledpartynumber,datetimeconnect from tbl_billing_data where callingpartynumber = '8050'
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ITGeneralAuthor Commented:
Perfect thanks! Any idea how far back in time that search will go?
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José MéndezCommented:
Yes, that is pulled out of the database (which is different than pulling it from a CDR export in raw format).

The database can hold up to 2 million records, so it depends on the call volume filling it up.
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ITGeneralAuthor Commented:
Great response - very fast!
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José MéndezCommented:
welcome!
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