michaelhkay Installed SpamSieve this morning. It's already doing a vastly better job than MacMail's built-in spam filter.
SpamSieve 2.9.7 improves filtering accuracy, compatibility with upcoming versions of Mac OS X, and more: http://t.co/0dM8yVnCXJ
MarkSweeney Thank God for SpamSieve. 124 email spams today, all diverted out of my main email folder and into the junk folder.
@TimBrownson For example, if the rule name is incorrect or the SpamSieve plug-in isn’t loaded, Mail will put everything in the Spam mailbox.
@TimBrownson A single training will add the address to your whitelist. That’s why I think there’s something else going on here.
@melbuckpitt It’s back up now.
@melbuckpitt Yes, there’s an outage at the data center. Sorry for the inconvenience.
@fields No, but that shouldn’t be necessary. It’s a common situation for one account to be more spammy.
@fields Yes, but since the messages aren’t newly arrived you would need to do this with a script, not a rule.
@fields No, only by moving messages. (Also, in my experience, flags don’t reliably transfer between iOS Mail and Mac Mail, anyway.)