C-Command has released
SpamSieve v2.4, an updated version of its Bayesian spam filtering software for Mac OS X e-mail clients. A free update for existing users, SpamSieve costs US$25 to register.
SpamSieve is an application that runs alongside Mac OS X e-mail client software, including Apple’s Mail, Eudora, Entourage and other applications. It evaluates incoming mail as spam, and if identified, moves that spam into another folder. You can customize how it works with your e-mail client’s message sorting rules, and customize its own accuracy.
Changes to this release include improved accuracy, new heuristics for detecting phishes, the ability to filter Apple Mail messages into different mailboxes depending on how “spammy” they are, support for new non-haiku Habeas headers, and much more.
What’s more, the Apple Mail plug-in is now a Universal Binary, so SpamSieve can work on Intel-based Macs without needing to invoke Rosetta.
entire list of changes has been posted online.