SpamSieve Updated to 2.6.2

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Date: Friday, May 4th, 2007, 14:36
Category: Software

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SpamSieve, Michael Tsai’s pretty-near-essential e-mail filtering utility, has just been updated to version 2.6.2.
The new version, a 3.9 megabyte download, adds the following changes and fixes:
-Made changes to prevent a crash on Mac OS X 10.4.9 when quitting in response to a mail program quitting.
-Slight changes for better accuracy.
-Fixed regression where the Import Addresses… command didn’t always work for text files in the default encoding.
-Blocklist and whitelist rules that use Body (any text part) can now match text from the headers of bounced messages (which e-mail clients often display as part of the message body).
-The Software Update feature now checks whether the updated version can run on your installed version of Mac OS X.
-Better logging of messages that don’t have a sender.
-Fixed a threading bug.
-Made an optimization to the Apple Mail plug-in.
-Adjusted the setup instructions for Apple Mail to avoid problem with the Previous Recipients list.
-Modernized the crash reporter code.
-Updated the French and German localizations.
The program retails for a US$30.00 shareware registration fee and provides a 30 day trial period with which the test it. Spamsieve is currently compatible with Apple Mail, Emailer, Eudora, Entourage, GyazMail, Mailsmith, Outlook Express, PowerMail, or Thunderbird and requires Mac OS X 10.2 or later to run.
If you’ve tried the new version and noticed any major changes, let us know.


spamsieve.jpg
SpamSieve, Michael Tsai’s pretty-near-essential e-mail filtering utility, has just been updated to version 2.6.2.
The new version, a 3.9 megabyte download, adds the following changes and fixes:
-Made changes to prevent a crash on Mac OS X 10.4.9 when quitting in response to a mail program quitting.
-Slight changes for better accuracy.
-Fixed regression where the Import Addresses… command didn’t always work for text files in the default encoding.
-Blocklist and whitelist rules that use Body (any text part) can now match text from the headers of bounced messages (which e-mail clients often display as part of the message body).
-The Software Update feature now checks whether the updated version can run on your installed version of Mac OS X.
-Better logging of messages that don’t have a sender.
-Fixed a threading bug.
-Made an optimization to the Apple Mail plug-in.
-Adjusted the setup instructions for Apple Mail to avoid problem with the Previous Recipients list.
-Modernized the crash reporter code.
-Updated the French and German localizations.
The program retails for a US$30.00 shareware registration fee and provides a 30 day trial period with which the test it. Spamsieve is currently compatible with Apple Mail, Emailer, Eudora, Entourage, GyazMail, Mailsmith, Outlook Express, PowerMail, or Thunderbird and requires Mac OS X 10.2 or later to run.
If you’ve tried the new version and noticed any major changes, let us know.

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