Read Articles Marking Articles Setting Marks
There are some marks that have nothing to do with whether the article is read or not.
A' in the second column (
*' in the second column (
gnus-cached-mark). See Article Caching.
S' in the second column (
%e' spec is used, the presence of threads or not will be marked with
gnus-empty-thread-markin the third column, respectively.
gnus-process-mark). A variety of commands react to the presence of the process mark. For instance, X u (
gnus-uu-decode-uu) will uudecode and view all articles that have been marked with the process mark. Articles marked with the process mark have a `
#' in the second column.
You might have noticed that most of these ``non-readedness'' marks appear in the second column by default. So if you have a cached, saved, replied article that you have process-marked, what will that look like?
Nothing much. The precedence rules go as follows: process -> cache -> replied -> saved. So if the article is in the cache and is replied, you'll only see the cache mark and not the replied mark.Read Articles Marking Articles Setting Marks