An updated version of SpamSieve released today offers several nice improvements:
- Most importantly, perhaps, Michael Tsai the developer continues to improve SpamSieveâ€™s accuracy by counteracting various spammer tricks.
- The delay, when using Apple Mail on Tiger, between choosing â€œTrain as Goodâ€ or â€œTrain as Spamâ€ and when training actually started is gone.
- Growl notifications from people in the address book now include the â€œToâ€ address for mailing list messages, which makes it easier to decide whether to ignore the notification.
- It also features Improved the error messages, improved display of the demo time remaining and updated localisations
SpamSieve is available from the developer’s web site and is shareware (USD 25).
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