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What is a "Dictation Cancel and Recover Notice" and/or dcan*.dct file?
A "Dictation Cancel and Recover Notice", or dcan*.dct file, is a request from an Express Dictate user to an Express Scribe user to ignore a previously sent dictation. ie. Cancel a transcription request.
After sending a dictation from Express Dictate to a recipient, it may be possible to "undo" the send action by using the Dictation -> Recover Sent Dictations menu item in Express Dictate . When the Recover button or File -> Recover menu item are used in Express Dictate's Recover Sent Dictations dialog, the following events take place:
The purpose of the "Dictation Cancel and Recover Notice" is to notify the original recipient of the dictation that a transcript is no longer required. Therefore, when Express Scribe loads a dcan*.dct file, the follow events take place:
If a "Dictation Cancel and Recover Notice" is sent to a typist who does not use Express Scribe , or the typist has already removed the corresponding dictation from their system, the dcan*.dct file will not be automatically deleted.
If you are sure that a dcan*.dct file is no longer needed then you may safely delete it from your system manually.
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