What I mean is that Call manager does not display the number until it gets an alerting message back from the exchange, so although you pressed redial it will not display the number until it's gotten the message back from the exchange. If you time it it's probably not that much different time wise than if you'd dialed the number by hand.
It's either that or there is a conflict in the dial plan for the number dialed and it's waiting for timeout before matching the number and dialing, but my money is on the first suggestion.
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