- Vladimir Toncar (Kerio)
We have just published version 2.2.2 of Kerio Operator. This service release comes with the following changes:
Kerio Operator engine
+ Added support for software T1/E1 switching on PRI cards (i.e. Digium TE133).
+ Added provisioning support for legacy Polycom phone models.
+ Add Caller ID to Caller Name when a call is sent to a ring group.
+ Upgraded DAHDI drivers to version 18.104.22.168.
- Improved performance when provisioning larger numbers of phones.
- Fixed feature codes that were ignored when calling to a ring group.
- Fixed blind transfer to extension numbers starting with '*'.
- Fixed detection of Well/Yealink model T20.
- Fixed generating of the dial pattern strings for Yealink/Well that needed to include unused 'dial now' positions.
- Fixed long backup uploads that could block saving other configuration changes.
- Ensure that a blindly transferred call is not ended but returned to the transferring user in special situations that include extensions with multiple registrations.
Kerio Operator Administration
+ Show progress info when uploading a large backup to a remote repository.
- Do not display the text "Upgrade" when the user initiates a downgrade.
- Display a hint about what to do when an auto-provisioned phone is not up to date.
- Improved the loading speed for the administration application.
- Show user's full name when configuring Call Queue agents.
- Show correct file creation time in the Audio Library.
[Updated on: Thu, 30 January 2014 10:09]
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