Etymology: From a Usenet mail message header, that indicates the message should not be retained on the server after delivery. The syntax of the header is <tt>X-No-Archive: yes</tt>, from whence the internet conversational abbreviation arose.
- (internet): Indicates the poster"s request for a message to not be stored in web archives.
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