- Vladimir Toncar (Kerio)
Kerio Operator 2.2.4 was published yesterday. It comes with the following changes:
Kerio Operator Engine
+ Improve boot time after an upgrade (faster check of provisioning modules).
+ Improve resilience to some DOS attacks.
- Disabled the 'monlist' command in the built-in NTP server.
- Fixed a delayed BLF indication after a call has been parked (was delayed by ~1 second, now the indication is immediate).
- Fixed dialing patterns for Polycom phones to allow numbers starting with '*'.
- Accept more HW address formats when searching in provisioned phones.
- Resync the configuration of provisioned phones after DST changes (around 3:30 am twice a year) to force the change to phones that do not periodically update the time.
- Improve reporting of call status in Active calls if a phone becomes unavailable and the call goes to voice mail.
- Fixed detection of configuration overrides in /var/tftp/ for some provisioned phones.
- Fixed feature (DTMF) codes that did not work when an agent accepted a call from a queue.
- Fixed voice message forwarding to another user when using the voicemail/e-mail integration.
- Fixed Asterisk deadlocks that could occur in situations with high traffic and frequent reading of active calls status.
Kerio Operator Client Interface
- Fixed a warning that could be under some conditions propagated to the GUI when ending a call from the client (end-user) interface.
[Updated on: Wed, 09 April 2014 14:45]
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