- Vladimir Toncar (Kerio)
Kerio Operator 2.0.0 Beta 2 has been published today. Besides a number of smaller fixes, these are the main improvements since Beta 1:
Kerio Operator engine
* Call recording, configurable on a per-extension basis.
* The underlying operating system is now based on Debian Squeeze.
* Asterisk upgraded to 188.8.131.52 to include the latest security patches.
* Server monitoring through SNMP is now supported (a CACTI monitoring template should be available later for RC1)
* All login attempts are now recorded in a separate log.
* The extension for listening to voicemail (ext. 50 by default) will now detect a transferred call and will switch to the message-leaving mode. This is useful if users set forwarding directly in their phones.
* The volume of the default music on hold has been reduced (applies to new installations only, upgrades will keep their existing music).
Kerio Operator Administration
* It is possible to edit several users or extensions at once (with the exception of fields that are unique for a given user or extension).
* Users can be created by importing them from a CSV file.
If Beta 2 is your first contact with Kerio Operator 2.0, please see the Release notes for an overview of new features.
[Updated on: Thu, 07 June 2012 13:52]
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