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Asterisk 1.4.0

Posted on Wednesday, December 27 2006 @ 18:20:27 CET by

  • a bug fix for the ExternalIVR application and addition of 'silence' sound files to support it
  • various SIP interoperability improvements
  • memory and dialog leaks in the SIP channel driver
  • a fix to music-on-hold random mode that was not really random
  • an improvement to app_voicemail to ensure that the message duration is properly included in email notifications when voicemail messages are forwarded
  • corrected a segfault issue during reload of the PostgreSQL CDR driver
  • a change to no longer include a header file that does not exist on Linux kernel 2.6.18 (and caused a problem on Fedora Core 6)
  • logging of dynamic queue member addition and removal in queue_log
  • a minor redesign of many CLI commands to be more similar to previous Asterisk releases
  • significant improvements to IMAP storage support for voicemail
  • a change to the SIP channel to avoid offering formats (codecs) that cannot be transcoded due to lack of available transcoders (along with dynamic activation/deactivation of transcoders)
  • support for G.722 16KHz (wideband) audio passthrough, recording and playback
  • support for standard prompts in G.722 format
  • many other bug fixes

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