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Gnus (Emacs Newsreader) FAQ
Section - Q4.2 How do you make articles un-expirable?

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   I am using nnml to read news and have used
   gnus-auto-expirable-newsgroups to automagically expire articles in
   some groups (Gnus being one of them). Sometimes there are interesting
   articles in these groups that I want to keep. Is there any way of
   explicitly marking an article as un-expirable - that is mark it as
   read but not expirable?
   
   Use ``u'', ``!'', `d' or `M-u' in the summary buffer. You just remove
   the `E' mark by setting some other mark. It's not necessary to tick
   the articles.
   

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