- Vladimir Toncar (Kerio)
Kerio Operator 2.4.0 Release Candidate 1 was released this morning.
If you have not looked at the changes in version 2.4 up to now, I recommend that you do so soon, and certainly before you start upgrading your customers' (or your own) Operator machines. The external SIP interfaces configuration and outbound call routing are somewhat more complex now but we believe the enhanced functionality is really worth it.
If you tried the Beta 1 before, please note that we have done some changes in the outbound call routing dialogs to improve usability (mainly modified wording and rearranged fields in the dialogs).
This is the change log for the RC1:
Kerio Operator engine
+ Added auto-provisioning support for Snom 725.
+ Added auto-provisioning support for Yealink T21 E2, T23P, T23G, T27P, T29G, CP860.
+ Added auto-provisioning support for Grandstream GXP1610, GXP1620, GXP1625, GXP1628.
+ Added an option for incoming calls to read called number from the various identity headers ("P-Asserted-Identity" etc.)
- Fixed timezone definitions for several areas (Antarctica, Dhaka, Fiji, Kamchatka, Yakutsk, Vladivostok).
- The default limit for recorded calls size changed to 1 GB.
- Fixed error in call parking when a returning call would only ring for 30 seconds.
- Fixed warnings about ethernet cards when starting Kerio Operator on HyperV.
Kerio Operator Administration
+ Added an option to increase/decrease/normalize volume in audio file library.
+ Added an option to replace files in audio file library.
+ Added an option to restore a backup without network configuration (useful when restoring the backup in another network).
+ Several improvements and optimizations in the outbound call routing dialogs.
+ Added DTMF detection configuration to SIP interfaces.
Kerio Operator Client Interface
+ Usability improvements in the call forwarding configuration.
[Updated on: Tue, 02 June 2015 14:55]
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