- Vladimir Toncar (Kerio)
Kerio Operator 2.1.0 Beta 3 has been just released. It comes with the following changes:
+ Added support for individual paging via a PBX service prefix.
+ Added an option for paging to allow/disallow interrupting calls in progress.
+ Support for distinctive ringing - Operator sends a SIP header that identifies whether the call is local (within the same PBX), external, or went via a ring group number.
+ Added a watchdog utility for the Asterisk process.
+ Added auto-provisioning support for Snom models 710, 720, and 760.
+ Added auto-provisioning support for Cisco SPA 112, SPA 122, and Linksys 3102.
+ Upgraded Asterisk to version 1.8.18 (fixes a possible deadlock in SIP channels).
- Fixed handling of repeated user import from a directory server that could break the user - extension assignment.
- Removed the maximum silence parameter that was too short and the silence detection was sometimes not reliable.
- Fixed sending of fax by e-mail if the remote fax device ended the call too soon.
Kerio Operator Administration
+ Support for IE10.
+ Show the number of digits used for call parking in the dial plan view (*5xx instead of *5...)
+ Fallback on an interface can be disabled.
+ Detect invalid extension numbers when importing users from a directory service and warn about them.
+ The same telephone number can be used on multiple external interfaces (mainly BRI ports).
- Fixed access to Advanced options in case of upgrade from version 1.2.2 that had errors in configuration data.
Kerio Operator Client Interface
+ The BLF functionality in the Kerio Operator client interface has been redesigned.
+ Further look & feel improvements.
+ Support for IE10.
[Updated on: Thu, 13 December 2012 10:17]
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