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Gnus (Emacs Newsreader) FAQ
Section - Q4.3 How do I delete bogus nnml: groups?

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   In reasonably new Gnusae (5.4.x and later) deleting groups is
   extremely easy. Just press
G DEL

   to remove the mail group.
   
   In very old versions of Gnus, it was rather tricky. If you are stuck
   with such a Gnus and want to remove mail groups, you basically have to
   kill the groups in Gnus, shut down Gnus, edit the active file to
   exclude these groups, and probably remove the nnml directories that
   contained these groups as well. Then start Gnus back up again.
   
   I recommend simply upgrading your Gnus.
   

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