- Vladimir Toncar (Kerio)
Kerio Operator 2.3.4 was released this morning (Central European Time), with the following changes:
Kerio Operator engine
+ Updated Asterisk to version 1.8.30 and DAHDI drivers to version 184.108.40.206.
+ Added the fields "Facility" and "Application" to the configuration of external logging.
+ Added auto-provisioning support for Polycom VVX300, VVX310, VVX400, VVX410.
+ Switch to user's preferred language after a user logs to his/her voice mail from someone else's extension.
+ Send e-mail alerts if LDAP or voicemail integration connections fail.
- Disabled SSL3 to prevent the Poodlebleed attack.
- Fixed the factory reset USB tool that might sometimes skip the resetting of root password.
- Fixed the evaluation of differences in provisioning templates' overrides after an upgrade (lines without a change could be sometimes shown as modified).
- Fixed the logging of Salesforce integration config change in the configuration log ('Uknown object' change sometimes reported).
- Fixed fax transcoding to PDF/TIFF that might fail for unexpected fax data content.
Kerio Operator Administration
+ A new tile for the Dashboard screen that displays the last lines of a chosen log.
+ The Change Log is shown in addition to Release Notes during upgrade.
+ Added an option to switch off the T.38 fax support (for situations when a SIP carrier does support T.38 but their support is not reliable and the good old G.711 codec has better results).
+ Enabled call history export for users with read-only access to the Administration GUI.
- Fixed alignment of icons in Provisioned Phones screen (after a column resize).
- The column "User Agent" is visible by default in Provisioned Phones.
- Display a warning when the machine does not have enough memory for reliable running (recommended minimum 512 MB, the warning shows for less than 450 MB).
[Updated on: Fri, 30 January 2015 11:38]
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