C-Command updated its spam filtering application for Mac OS X, SpamSieve. The new version improves on several aspects of the app, including the accuracy of catching spam messages.
The company said it rewrote the filesystem code to improve performance and error reporting in SpamSieve with this release. A workaround has also been implemented where training using Apple Mail on Mac OS X 10.5 could be interrupted.
Users of pre-release versions of Mac OS X Snow Leopard will benefit from this release, as well. SpamSieve now includes two versions of the Apple Mail plug-in, one for Mac OS X 10.4 and one for 10.5 and higher, including Snow Leopard.
Other smaller changes fixing memory leaks and minor enhancements were also done.
SpamSieve 2.7.2 is available for download from the company’s Web site. For new users it costs $30.