vanessafox - 1:02 pm on Mar 13, 2012 (gmt 0)
Soft 404s have been in the report for some time.
"Fixed" is just a notation to you, not to Google. It removes the URLs from the report so you can more easily see the issues you haven't yet fixed. (If the issue still exists the next time Google crawls the URL, it returns to the report.)
Not followed means some kind of redirect error.
Access denied appears to primarily be URLs that returned a 401 status.
403s are listed in the "other" category.
Google treats 404s and 410s basically the same way.
The soft 404 report includes URLs that redirect to a page that appears to be an error page. Is the redirect target a parked page?