Kerio Operator Softphone is a software-based phone app that lets you make and receive calls on your Apple iOS or Android mobile device right from your office phone system. Kerio Operator Softphone is designed to work with Kerio Operator IP PBX or any other SIP based VoIP service.
Available on the Apple App Store and Google Play, the application lets users integrate contacts from their phone's native contacts directory, transfer to speakerphone, mute and hold calls, recall call history, change ringtones and contact avatars, and much more.
That is what our users taught us. And so Kerio Operator 2.1 comes with fax support in 3 different flavors.
Kerio Operator 2.1 introduces a built in DHCP server that automatically assigns IP addresses to VoIP devices. Just plug your new VoIP device into the network and you are ready to go. No need to bother the IT guy.
Kerio Operator now provides two conference types - statically configured and newly - dynamic. Callers who call the dynamic conference extension are asked to enter a conference ID and PIN. If the ID belongs to a conference that is currently in progress, the caller is connected to the conference, otherwise the conference is created and the caller becomes the first participant. The conference is ended when the last member leaves.
Kerio Operator 2.1 introduces paging support in the form of paging groups. The administrator simply defines a paging group, assigns an extension to the group and adds some phones to the group. To page all members of the group, a user simply calls the group’s extension. The phone will answer the call automatically and will activate the loudspeaker.
Kerio Operator enables distinctive ringing so you can now set different ring tones for local (within the same PBX), external or ring group numbers.
As the world moves to the Cloud, the new Kerio Operator keeps up with the trends and brings Kerio Cloud service. Kerio Cloud is a hosted infrastructure service that allows Kerio Partners to offer hosted Kerio products to their end customers without the need to purchase or maintain their own server environment.