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Old 10-21-2010, 07:42 AM   #9
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I was always of the belief as stated above the items stayed for 7 days and then dropped off. I have included the below extract from the Kindle Support section on amazon.

I note that it says it will keep "7 issues old", not 7 days old. This to me means that if you have less than 7 issues of the same newspaper they could remain indefinitely. This has been news to me as well.

Keeping Subscription Content
Older issues of newspapers and magazines appear inside a grouping called "Periodicals: Back Issues." Selecting the grouping takes you to a screen that displays the back issues you have on your Kindle.
Kindle automatically deletes newspaper and magazine issues that are more than seven issues old to free up space for new content. An exclamation point next to a magazine or newspaper issue indicates that it will be deleted soon. If you'd like to keep a copy of an issue, follow these steps:

To keep a back issue:
Open the specific issue from the Kindle Home screen.
Press the Menu button and select "Keep This Issue."
You will then see the word "keep" to the left of the issue title in Home.


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