- 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.
- If you’ve lost your purchase information, you can look up your serial number.
- 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.
- Have you checked the list of frequently asked questions?
- If your question is not answered above, please gather the proper background information and send an e-mail to email@example.com. 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 Address Book and various e-mail clients.
SpamSieve 2.9.7 requires Mac OS X 10.5 or later. 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. Purchasing SpamSieve 2.9.7 will also allow you to run these older versions.