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To mark a message for deletion, use the d (
command. A `D' is placed by the message in the scan window, and
the next message is displayed. If the previous command had been
p, then the next message displayed is the message previous to the
message just deleted. If you specify a prefix argument, you will be
prompted for a sequence (see section Using Sequences) to delete (for example,
C-u d frombob RET). The x command actually carries out the
deletion (see section Finishing Up). C-d
mh-delete-msg-no-motion) marks the message for deletion but
leaves the cursor at the current message in case you wish to perform
other operations on the message.
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