I just duplicated this problem. Yesterday, Cox sent corrupt Caller ID data, so I logged into my account to view my Call History: My Account > Phone > Settings > Expand Call History...and it just spins.
I logged out, closed browser, cleared history, retried and it still spins. I let it spin for an hour and it eventually displayed: "We're experiencing technical difficulties..."
I tried again today, same thing. I downloaded the .csv version of my Call History and except for the headers, it's empty. Why is everything with Cox so difficult?
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Getting to the Call History directory is fine because I can view my eMTA and whatever else is on the page. When I expand Call History, it just spins and if I download my History, it's just an empty .csv file.
The first time I tried, I could expand the History but after selecting another duration, it began to spin and has only spun since.
This has happened before and seems to be a reoccurring issue. Phone > Settings has just been a problematic directory. I don't know who at Cox maintains it but they don't do a very good job.
I had issues with call history a couple of times in the past. Neither issue was what you described however. I contacted email@example.com and they opened tickets. The first one took a long time to get fixed, but Cox's vendor fixed the second issue in 72 hours. Since your situation is diffferent than the issue described in this thread, you should send Cox an email. But you know the drill.