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The latest version of Kerio Operator version 2.6.2 is now available for download.

This new version of Kerio Operator brings auto provisioning support for new Cisco and Yealink phones, added French language prompts and various customer reported bug fixes. Visit the Kerio Operator Release Notes page for a complete list of changes.

Auto Provisioning support has been added for:
- Yealink T31S, T42S, T46S, T48S, T49G and T58A
- Cisco 7800, 8800

Regards,
The GFI Software Team
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Thanks for finally adding support for the Yealink Txs series.

But can you please tell me why there are the following lines at the very end of the Yealink-global configuration file?

-transfer.dsskey_deal_type = 1
-linekey.1.type = 16
-linekey.1.line = 1
-linekey.1.value = 700

This adds a function for linekey.1 - not really what my customers ask for or anyone else except the ones who want an unattended transfer to 700 on that key (I guess it's quite a small fangroup Wink ).
It looks to me that this has been forgotten to take out before publishing the update. The consequence is that we (admins) need to remove these lines after every update to avoid problems in case the client is using Yealink phones... or did I miss something?

Thanks for clarifying
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I've noticed this as well.. Can we safely remove it or do we need to wait for another point release?
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Yes you can safely remove those entries at the end (or actually you need to remove them to have satisfied customers running Yealink phones..) - I hope there are no other such hidden "features"...
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