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Re: See read articles, but not expired

From: Cecil Westerhof
Subject: Re: See read articles, but not expired
Date: Tue, 22 Dec 2009 06:26:52 +0100
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Dan Christensen <> writes:

> Cecil Westerhof <> writes:
>> When entering a group you only see unread and ticked articles. When
>> entering a group with 'C-u <SPC>' you see all articles. There are
>> situations that I want to see all articles, but what is more useful is
>> all articles without expired articles (I did not expire them for
>> nothing). Is this possible?
> Does putting
>  (display . [not expire])
> in your group parameters do what you want?  I think that's how I set it
> up.  `/ w' will reveal the expirable articles if you do want to see
> them.

No, because this shows all articles except expired when entering the
group with <SPC>. What I would like is that when I enter the group with
<SPC> I only see the unread and ticked messages (just as the default is)
and when I enter with 'C-u <SPC>' that instead of all the messages all
the messages without the expired are shown.

Cecil Westerhof
Senior Software Engineer

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