- Vladimir Toncar (Kerio)
Beta 1 of Kerio Operator 2.2.0 was published this morning. The version comes with a number of improvements and new features, so let me mention at least some of them.
The most significant technical change in the beta is the new programmable auto-provisioning system. It comes with the concept of provisioning modules that administrators can create themselves. Every module supports one or several phone models. Every module consists of a template file (with variables) and files with PHP code. All the phone models supported in previous Operator versions are supported in the new system as well.
If you are thinking about developing for the provisioning system, I recommend that you do read the developer info first and study the example code. Also note that some features (like support for firmware upgrades) are expected to come in subsequent betas.
As to the other features in the beta, here's a brief list:
* Automatic backup in predefined time intervals to an FTP server or Samepage.
* Automatic upload of recorded calls to FTP or Samepage.
* Auto-provisioned phones can be configured to search an address book via LDAP (works with Kerio Connect, Active Directory, and other LDAP servers).
* Improved Administraton GUI - tablet friendly, with a configurable Dashboard, and various other changes.
* A special speed dial service that can send DTMF digits after dialing a number.
As always, please note that Betas are not recommended for production deployment.
I am looking forward to getting your feedback. Enjoy!
[Updated on: Thu, 26 September 2013 14:07]
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