- Vladimir Toncar (Kerio)
Kerio Operator 2.4.1 has been published this morning. The version brings the following changes and improvements:
Kerio Operator engine
+ Improved recovery from e-mail inbox lockup when using the voicemail/e-mail integration.
+ Added voicemail debug info to the support information file.
+ Added option for disabling caller number substitution when forwarding calls (useful for some scenarios with multiple Operator machines).
+ Improved support for multiple SIP gateways behind the same IP address.
+ Added KVM VirtIO disk drivers.
+ Added Xen disk drivers.
+ Added an option to keep a NAT connection open using frequent SIP Options messages (useful with SIP providers who do not do that themselves).
- Fixed upgrade from 2.3.X versions for special data values.
- Fixed a security issue when using some PBX feature codes.
- Fixed renaming of network interfaces when adding network cards.
- Fixed call pickup for some scenarios with ring groups.
- Fixed call pickup using BLF buttons on Snom phones.
Kerio Operator Administration
+ The adding of video codecs is now more streamlined (warning removed).
- Fixed an error when exporting a very large call history.
[Updated on: Tue, 28 July 2015 14:25]
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