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There are several marks you can set on an article.
You have marks that decide the readedness (whoo, neato-keano neologism ohoy!) of the article. Alphabetic marks generally mean read, while non-alphabetic characters generally mean unread.
In addition, you also have marks that do not affect readedness.
3.6.1 Unread Articles Marks for unread articles. 3.6.2 Read Articles Marks for read articles. 3.6.3 Other Marks Marks that do not affect readedness.
There's a plethora of commands for manipulating these marks:
3.6.4 Setting Marks How to set and remove marks. 3.6.5 Generic Marking Commands How to customize the marking. 3.6.6 Setting Process Marks How to mark articles for later processing.
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