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We have built 5.2.5 for most operating systems, including Windows 32/64-bit, CentOS64/32, Debian64/32, FreeBSD64, MacOS and the mini variants. Full release notes are available at http://www.vodia.com/documentation/releasenotes525 as usual. The Windows installers is still missing, we will provide this in the next few days. This is the first major release since August 2014. As you can see from the release notes, it covers a lot of topics and this is, as usual, the best release we have ever made! Fortunately we did not have to make any emergency builds because of security glitches, even though in the past month there were several milestone security hazards found (which did not affect the Vodia PBX). A feature that stresses our commitment to the service providers for hosted PBX is the addition for Freshbooks billing. This makes it now a lot easier and a lot more reliable to generate monthly invoices to clients. After all, billing is not a "sexy" topic, however it bring in the money which is an absolute necessity for the successful operation of hosted PBX services. If you upgrade, please use the opportunity to make a backup of your working directory in case that you feel the desire to revert back to your previous version.
We have build 5.1.2 for Windows 32/64, CentOS 32/64, Debian 32/64, ARM (snom ONE mini), FreeBSD 64 and MacOS Intel/PowerPC. Currently this is only available as upgrade; for new installations in Windows and Mac for time being please use the 5.1.1 installer and upgrade to 5.1.2 from there. Those who are using Polycom phones need to take care about their TFTP directory. We have updated the documentation for Polycom phones at http://www.snomone.com/documentation/pnp_polycom; instead of loading huge (!) files that contain the firmware for all devices, they are now using the split-up images. This makes it also a lot easier to deal with the newer and older devices in the same installation. The release notes are to be found still on the Wiki (http://wiki.snomone.com/index.php?title=Release_5.1). Especially those who love short messages services on their cell phones will like the fact that the PBX can now text users upon arrival of voicemail messages and missed calls. There was some discussion on the http://blog.snomone.com/ about it already, but now the messaging also is available in user space.