Bare Bones Software Inc. on Wednesday released an update to
Mailsmith, their e-mail client for Mac OS X. New features in this release include support for server-side spam filtering, the ability to process incoming messages with Unix tools during download, and new preferences and interface enhancements.
Mailsmith 2.1.2 can honor canonical spam-classification headers used by SpamAssassin, BogoFilter and other server-side anti-spam tools, according to the developers. The new Unix capability enables users to activate Unix-based scripts or executables prior to Mailsmith’s built in SpamSieve activation and advanced filtering. New preferences affect Mailsmith’s behavior during startup, can designate a folder to store extracted enclosures and more.
Mailsmith 2.1.2 is
a free download
for registered 2.x users. The software requires Mac OS X v10.2 or later. A new license costs US$99.