has updated its Bayesian spam filtering product SpamSieve to work with Apple’s own Mail application. A number of other changes have also been made in v2.0.2.
With SpamSieve, users of various e-mail clients including Entourage, Emailer, Eudora 5.2 or later, Mailsmith and PowerMail (and now, Apple Mail) can add Bayesian spam filtering to their e-mail clients. The software “learns” what spam looks like and filters it from your e-mail client in box. It doesn’t delete messages, either, so you can cull through them and make sure they’re all spam before you throw them out.
The support for Apple Mail is limited to IMAP and .Mac accounts only at this time — using POP accounts with Apple Mail is not supported by SpamSieve.
Other new features in SpamSieve include a reset for the message count in the Dock when an e-mail client becomes active; faster rules deletion; more reliable and faster message store database; improved accuracy for HTML messages with embedded links; faster import of mbox files; demo period Web registration bug fix; faster auto-training and more. A
complete list of changes
has been posted to the Web site.
The new release of SpamSieve is available for download from the Web site. It’s a free update for registered users. New users can register for US$25. SpamSieve is made available as 30 day/20 launch trialware.