C-Command Software has released SpamSieve 2.9.41, adding support for the version of Mail in macOS 11.1 Big Sur and improving the app’s Mail installer to better detect when a new macOS version requires a new version of SpamSieve. The spam-filtering utility launches more quickly when using Mail, works around a Big Sur bug that prevented the diagnostic report from working properly on M1-based Macs, makes various changes to ensure Mail training commands are correctly received on M1-based Macs, and fixes a bug that could cause Mail to hang when SpamSieve and Small Cubed’s MailSuite were both in use. ($30 new with a 20% discount for TidBITS members, free update, 18 MB, release notes, macOS 10.9+)
An amazing app! It is amazing that Apple has not learned from SpamSieve developers how to better protect our email. I highly recommend this app!!! Oh yes, the developer is hugely responsive to pleas for help and suggestions.
Michael Tsai is indeed a great guy and has been of significant service to the Mac community for decades now.
I’ve owned licenses for SpamSieve and DropDMG for close to 20 years now, and I finally bought a copy of EagleFiler in 2018. (C-Command Software)
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