C-Command Software released SpamSieve 2.8.3 Wednesday, an update that improves filtering accuracy for the junkmail solution. The company also announced that MailForge will now work with SpamSieve, as well.
Patch notes for the release:
- Adjusted SpamSieve’s tokenizer to improve the filtering accuracy.
- Improved compatibility with pre-release versions of Apple Mail.
- MailForge now works with SpamSieve, as described in the Setting up MailForge section of the manual.
- Made some changes to better support the upcoming Microsoft Outlook 2011. (Full support will come when Office ships.)
- Added various updates and clarifications to the manual.
- Fixed a regression where SpamSieve wouldn’t be able to install its Apple Mail plug-in if Mail’s folder had been redirected using an alias.
- Fixed a bug where SpamSieve would sometimes quit when coming out of trial mode.
- Fixed a bug where sometimes the Hits column in a rules window couldn’t be resized.
- Worked around an OS bug that could cause an internal error when reporting a corpus error.
- Made various modernizations to SpamSieve’s code and interface files.
- The Apple Mail plug-in now shows up with the proper name in Mail Plugin Manager.
- Updated the disk image layout.
You can download the update from the company’s site, or by launching SpamSieve and using the in-app update mechanism.
The update is free for registered users. The full version is US$30.