- SpamSieve 2.9.19 (released January 27) is fully compatible with Mac OS X 10.10.3. After updating, if you don’t see the SpamSieve commands in Apple Mail’s Message menu, you’ll need to fix that.
- It’s best to update to the latest version of SpamSieve before updating Mac OS X. To prevent Mac OS X from updating itself without your permission, go to the App Store section of System Preferences and make sure that Install OS X updates is unchecked.
- If want to use a pre-release version of Mac OS X or update to the latest release version of Mac OS X as soon as it’s ready, you should sign up to receive public beta versions of SpamSieve. Then you will likely already have a compatible version of SpamSieve installed when the OS update first becomes available.
- There’s lots of information in the SpamSieve manual, such as the list of supported mail programs and OS versions, setup instructions for the different mail programs, and a section on iPhone spam filtering.
- For the best filtering accuracy, follow the instructions to do an initial training and to correct all the mistakes.
- Are lots of spam messages (or more than before) ending up in your inbox? Even if SpamSieve is catching some of your spam, there’s a good chance that there’s a setup problem. Just fix your settings, and the accuracy will return to normal.
- Wondering why you see spam in a Junk mailbox in addition to SpamSieve’s Spam mailbox? This is probably normal and due to your mail server’s junk filter, which catches messages before they get to your Mac and SpamSieve. In particular, Apple has recently made the iCloud junk filter (which cannot be turned off) more aggressive, so that it is catching more spam but also putting more good messages in the Junk mailbox. There are, however, some ways to cope with this.
- Have you checked the list of frequently asked questions, including the general ones for the application and the ones for Apple Mail?
- If your question is not answered above, please gather the proper background information and send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please do not forward spam messages to this address.
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Sample SpamSieve AppleScripts are available, which demonstrate how to access SpamSieve’s rules, corpus, and windows. Additional scripts let you customize the interaction between SpamSieve and various e-mail clients.
SpamSieve 2.9.19 requires Mac OS X 10.6 or later.
- If you have Mac OS X 10.5, you can run SpamSieve 2.9.14.
- If you have Mac OS X 10.4, you can run SpamSieve 2.9.6.
- If you have Mac OS X 10.3, you can run SpamSieve 2.6.6.
- If you have Mac OS X 10.2, you can run SpamSieve 2.6.4.
If you purchase SpamSieve 2.9.19 you can request a serial number to run these older versions.