Orator Dictation Servers
The Orator Digital Dictation Systems for analog telephone lines are the most traditional type of dictation systems. These systems utilize land-based phone lines and voice boards. Dictation is recorded and stored as compact voice files. The voice files are then transferred through the Internet to transcriptionists.
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- How does someone access the Orator Pro Digital Dictation System? Can a user access the system locally without using external telephone lines?
- What is the storage capacity of the Orator Pro Digital Dictation System?
- When a transcriptionist completes a file from the Orator Pro dictation system, is it immediately deleted from the system or does it remain on the system for a period of time?
- In what order are the dictation files on the Orator Pro system accessed by a transcriptionist?
- Can the Internet be used to eliminate long distance charges that would be incurred by transcriptionists dialing into the system from different cities?
- Does the Orator Pro Digital Dictation System have the capability of re-recording from other dictation systems.
- Some of the lines (ports) on my Orator Dictation System are not clearing after a caller has hung up.
- I'm getting "invalid Job Type" error messages in ReRecord Manager after installing it on another computer.
- The UserList window does not appear or it causes an error when opening from the main Orator window.
- My Orator is creating files with duplicate job numbers. What would cause that?