- Vladimir Toncar (Kerio)
Kerio Operator 1.0.2 was released today. This service release brings several bug fixes and small improvements, namely:
- The "KSslSocket::accept failed" messages moved from security log to debug log (they appear if the browser displays a dialog to accept the SSL certificate).
- Non-configured BRI port produced many unnecessary messages in the warning log.
+ Improved the algorithm that compiles dial patterns for auto-provisioned phones, resulting in fewer phone restarts when changing the dial plan.
- Moving an extension to a user from a directory server was not possible.
- Only the first extension could call out on some auto-provisioned Snom models with multiple assigned extensions.
- Setting up external IP address for a SIP interface was not working correctly.
- Errors when setting up integration with Kerio Connect were not reported correctly.
+ The administration GUI does not allow empty SIP passwords.
- The upper limit for recorded calls' storage was only 8192 MB.
+ Improved warning in the administration GUI when license expires.
+ Added 0.5 second or 1 second pauses in some situations (like voicemail greeting) so that users don't miss the first word of the message.
- Snom "Voicemail" button dialed the string "asterisk" instead of the actual voicemail extension.
- No dial tone was heard when sending a call from auto attendant script to another extension.
- Music on hold was not random.
+ Low-level line parameters are now accessible in the PRI card configuration.
product development manager for Kerio Operator
[Updated on: Thu, 02 June 2011 11:35]
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