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SpamSieve 2.9.37

SpamSieve for Mac は、一般的な電子メールクライアントに強力なベイジアンスパムフィルタリングを導入することで、受信トレイを戻すことができます。それはあなたのスパムがどのように見えるかを学ぶので、ほとんどすべてをブロックすることができます。あなたのアドレス帳を見て、あなたの良いメッセージがどのようなものかを知るので、スパムと混乱させません。他のスパムフィルタは、スパマーがルールに順応するにつれて悪化します。より多くのメッセージで SpamSieve をトレーニングすると、SpamSieve は実際に時間がたつにつれて良くなります。 SpamSieve はメッセージを削除しません。電子メールクライアントでのみマークされますので、メールを失うことはありません。

SpamSieve for Mac は、メールソフトウェア(POP、IMAP、Hotmail、AOL など)でサポートされているメールアカウントをいくつでも使用できます。パワフルなベイジアン・スパム・フィルタリングにより、高い精度が得られ、偽陽性はほとんどありません。それはあなたが時間とともにさらに良くなるために受け取るメールに適応します。他の一部の電子メールクライアントにはベイジアンフィルタが含まれていますが、SpamSieve の方がより正確です.

SpamSieve for Mac 特長:
SpamSieve は強力なベイジアンスパムフィルタリングを使用して受信トレイを戻し、絶え間なく改善された驚くべき精度を提供します。 Apple Mail(Mail.app)、Airmail、Entourage、MailMate、Mailsmith、Outlook、Postbox、PowerMail などから SpamSieve を素早く簡単に制御できます。 SpamSieve はあなたのメールを学び、それに適応しているので、スパムメールボックスに良いメッセージを入れずにほぼすべての迷惑メールをブロックすることができます。電子メールクライアントで新しいメールの通知をオフにし、新しい非スパムメッセージを受信したときにのみ通知します。以前の特派員からのメッセージがスパムとしてマークされないことを保証するために、ホワイトリストを自動的に維持します。連絡先と統合して、友人や同僚からのメッセージが常に受信トレイに届くようにします。特定のアドレスから送信されたスパムメッセージを直ちに停止し、その 100%を捕まえることができるようにブロックリストを維持します。独自のルールを追加して、ホワイトリストとブロックリストをカスタマイズします。さまざまな基準を使用します(例:正規表現を使用して、異なるメッセージ部分に一致させます。注:30 日間のトライアルバージョンまたは 6 回の起動..8997423

ファイルのバージョン SpamSieve 2.9.37
ファイル名 SpamSieve-2.9.37.dmg
ファイルサイズ 14.8 MB
オペレーティングシステム Mac OS X 10.6 or later
ソフトウェアタイプ Trial
著者 C-Command Software, LLC.
更新日 http://c-command.com/spamsieve/
更新時間 2019-08-20
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What's new in this version:

SpamSieve 2.9.37

- SpamSieve is now compatible with Apple Mail under macOS 10.15 (which is now in beta)
- It’s best to update to SpamSieve 2.9.37 now, before updating to macOS 10.15. If you are already using macOS 10.15, the SpamSieve 2.9.36 auto-updater won’t work, so you should instead use the Download button in the Software Update… window and install the update manually, according to the instructions in the Read Me file. Once you have SpamSieve 2.9.37, auto-updates on macOS 10.15 will work normally
- Updated the documentation for macOS 10.15
- The Outlook - Filter Mailboxes app is now notarized for compatibility with macOS 10.15. If you’ve already installed the helper app, it should not be necessary to update it, but this change is needed for future updates as well as new installations
- Various Apple Mail error messages and documentation are better at reminding you to grant SpamSieve Full Disk Access when not having that might be the cause of the error, e.g. SpamSieve thinking its plug-in is not loaded
- Apple Mail on macOS 10.15 has a bug where it will not load plug-ins that are installed in the normal location if you’ve redirected your home folder to another volume. If SpamSieve detects this situation, it will apply a workaround (moving the plug-in to an alternate location) and show an alert that explains what it’s doing
- Renamed the “Setting Up Outlook 365” section of the manual to Setting Up Outlook, as it covers all current versions of Outlook, not just 365. This section has also been substantially rewritten to make it clearer what to do for each type of account
- The Can other Apple Mail plug-ins cause problems with SpamSieve? section of the manual now recommends using Mail’s own plug-in manager instead of manipulating the Bundles folder directly
- Fixed a bug where SpamSieve would sometimes ask you to enable an old Apple Mail plug-in (which wasn’t possible, because it was old) and quit, where instead it should have offered to update it first
- Worked around an Apple Mail bug where training a message as good sometimes didn’t move it to the inbox because Mail reported a script error when checking whether the account was enabled
- Improved the diagnostic report
- Software Update… reports a better error message if it was unable to install the new version of the app


SpamSieve 2.9.36

- Made various changes to improve SpamSieve’s filtering accuracy
- When using Outlook 365, you can now use Outlook rules to organize messages into folders, and SpamSieve will filter them (rather than just the messages in the inbox). The details for how to set this up are in Filtering Other Folders in the Setting Up Outlook 365 section of the manual      (This has always worked automatically, with no special setup, in previous versions of Outlook and in Apple Mail)
- After you manually refilter messages in Outlook, SpamSieve now clears the selection to prevent accidental bulk training when correcting a spam message that remains
- Fixed a problem where some Apple Mail messages that were colored as spam still displayed with white text in Dark Mode, which was difficult to read
- If SpamSieve encounters an error because your Mac’s storage is full, it now displays information about the free space available and recommends Apple’s guide to freeing up storage space
- SpamSieve reports a more useful error message if it determines that the reason its application package is damaged is because it’s running from a Carbon Copy Cloner safety net
- Improved the error message when uninstalling the Apple Mail plug-in if SpamSieve hasn’t been granted Full Disk Access
- Improved the error message when SpamSieve doesn’t have access to your Contacts
- Worked around a problem where asking Apple Mail for the list of mailboxes could cause it to hang at launch
- When training a good message in Apple Mail, if SpamSieve can’t find the proper inbox it logs more information to help figure out what happened
- Fixed a bug displaying the number of licenses in the Purchase window
- Fixed a bug where debug logging of messages that caused parser crashes wasn’t working with Apple Mail
- The diagnostic report now includes information about when the privacy database was last reset
- Diagnostic reports now work better when SpamSieve lacks Full Disk Access
- Updated to Xcode 10.2

Improved the following sections of the manual:
- Does SpamSieve stop Web bugs?
- How can I hide SpamSieve’s Dock icon?
- Security & Privacy Access
- Setting Up Airmail
- Why do Apple Mail messages bounce back to the inbox after I train them as spam?


SpamSieve 2.9.35

- Worked around an issue where macOS 10.14 would tell SpamSieve that Mail had finished launching when it hadn’t. If Mail took a long time to launch, this could make SpamSieve erroneously think that its plug-in wasn’t enabled, so it would show some unnecessary and annoying alert windows asking you to fix this
- SpamSieve no longer updates its Apple Mail plug-in with each new release because this causes extra work to re-enable it for customers using macOS 10.14. Instead, the plug-in only auto-updates when there is a major change that we recommend for all users. You can still update it manually (by choosing Install Apple Mail Plug-In from the menu) if you want to ensure that you have the latest version
- Improved SpamSieve’s error handling when trying to uninstall its Apple Mail plug-in while lacking Full Disk Access
- Fixed a bug where AppleScript permissions errors could report the wrong app name
- Fixed a bug where some Retina images in the manual were shown at double size
- Fixed a bug where the help index file was marked as executable

Improved the following sections of the manual:
- Enabling and Updating the Apple Mail Plug-In
- Security & Privacy Access
- Setting Up Outlook 365
- Turning Off the AOL Spam Filter


SpamSieve 2.9.34

- Outlook Filter Mailboxes now shows a more helpful error message if it lacks Automation access on macOS 10.14
- Due to changes in Airmail and macOS 10.14, Airmail versions 3.6.3 through 3.6.41 are not compatible with SpamSieve when using macOS 10.14. You should use Airmail 3.6.42 or later
- When checking the setup for your e-mail client, the instructions now recommend verifying that Automation access has been granted
- The Apple Mail - Discard Spam script reports a better error if Mail times out because there were too many messages in the trash
- Updated the Security & Privacy Access section of the manual
- The About window now includes a link to the privacy policy and has an updated layout
- Updated SpamSieve’s code signing for the latest Apple notarization requirements
- Fixed a bug where training a message as spam in Apple Mail would display the Spam mailbox instead of moving the message if you were using the old GUI scripting workaround on macOS 10.12 or later with a non-US localization
- Fixed a bug where SpamSieve could get confused by the presence of Fluid App instances

Made a variety of changes to work better with Apple Mail on macOS 10.14:
- SpamSieve now uses a variety of heuristics to better detect when Mail has finished launching before checking that its plug-in is enabled. This helps avoid annoying dialogs and prevents unnecessary rule deactivations if Mail takes a really long time to launch, e.g. on a slower Mac that has rebooted and is restoring all the previously open applications at once or if a utility such as iLock has halted Mail during the launch process
- SpamSieve can now protect you from a disabled plug-in when Mail launches after SpamSieve launches, e.g. if you are using SpamSieve with multiple mail clients and so SpamSieve is not always launched as a result of Mail launching
- SpamSieve now detects and repairs problems with Mail’s preferences folder that could prevent Mail from showing the Manage Plug-ins… button
- If macOS has forgotten that you gave SpamSieve Full Disk Access, SpamSieve will now detect this and remind you to grant it again
- If SpamSieve can’t install its Mail plug-in because it doesn’t have Full Disk Access, it no longer suggests that you install the plug-in manually. (It is better for you to grant access and then try the automatic installer again)
- If you’ve previously declined to give SpamSieve Automation access to control Mail, SpamSieve will now remind you to do this (and open System Preferences for you) when you try to train a message, instead of failing silently
- The Apple Mail - Remote Training and Apple Mail - Server Junk Mailbox scripts, when running as standalone applications, now explain to you that they need Automation access in order to function
- Adjusted the launch agent so that SpamSieve more reliably launches when Mail launches, and sandbox errors aren’t logged to Console
- Since version 2.9.21, SpamSieve has overridden the text color in Mail’s message list in order to improve the contrast and readability for spam messages that are marked with a colored background. This now works on macOS 10.14, including with Dark Mode
- The AppleMailAllJunkMessagesUseBlackText esoteric preference now switches the color for Dark Mode on macOS 10.14
- SpamSieve now logs more information to Console and diagnostic reports to help diagnose problems with the Mail plug-in
- The alert and manual now clarify that, if you no longer want to use SpamSieve with Mail, you can prevent SpamSieve from reminding you to enable the plug-in by uninstalling it
- SpamSieve no longer wastes time waiting for Mail to launch when there are no rules for it to reactivate, anyway
- Fixed an error reporting bug when activating the Mail rules
- Fixed a bug where a fresh install on macOS 10.14 wouldn’t remember that the Mail plug-in had been installed


SpamSieve 2.9.33
- Change log not available for this version


SpamSieve 2.9.32
- SpamSieve now supports macOS 10.14 Mojave and Dark Mode
- Made various changes to improve SpamSieve’s filtering accuracy
- Added the Setting Up Other Mail Clients section of the manual
- When you click the link to show SpamSieve’s Dock icon, the change now takes effect immediately, as quitting and relaunching to see the effect was difficult to do when the Dock icon was hidden
- Added a statistics report AppleScript property, which is a string with the current contents of the Statistics window
- The Copy Stats button no longer copies zeroes to the clipboard when the statistics haven’t been calculated yet
- Worked around a bug in macOS 10.13 that could prevent the log file from being written
- Worked around a macOS 10.13 bug that could prevent keyboard input after closing the Help menu
- Worked around a bug in macOS 10.13.4 that could cause an internal error when locating SpamSieve’s data files
- An error saving the system log for the diagnostic report is no longer fatal, so other files can still be saved to the report
- Fixed a bug where holding down the Command and Option keys to reset one of SpamSieve’s damaged files didn’t work if the file was seriously damaged
- Fixed a spurious error message when trying to launch SpamSieve if it was already running

Apple Mail:
- SpamSieve is now compatible with Apple Mail under macOS 10.14. It’s easiest if you update to SpamSieve 2.9.32 before updating to 10.14. In any case, if you don’t see the SpamSieve commands in Apple Mail’s Message menu, be sure to choose Install Apple Mail Plug-In from the SpamSieve menu. Otherwise, with the SpamSieve plug-in not installed, Mail will move good messages to the spam mailbox without consulting SpamSieve
- macOS 10.14 adds some security protections for Apple Mail, and so you will need confirm to the system that you want SpamSieve to be able to access Mail and that you want Mail to load SpamSieve’s plug-in
- Access section of the manual
- The Software Update… command now advises you about re-enabling SpamSieve’s Mail plug-in after the update if you are using macOS 10.14
- Added the Keeping Spam Messages Out of Gmail’s Archive section of the manual
- If Mail can’t find the SpamSieve application file, e.g. because you manually deleted it in attempting to uninstall manually, it now offers the option of uninstalling the SpamSieve plug-in for you, so that you don’t have to reinstall the app to use the automatic installer
- If SpamSieve doesn’t have Full Disk Access, it will now log a single error to that affect, rather than a flood of file permissions errors
- SpamSieve now detects if the installed plug-in is up-to-date but not enabled (macOS 10.14–only) in Mail and will explain how to fix this
- Fixed a problem where color-specific rules didn’t apply their actions on macOS 10.14
- The Apple Mail - SaneBox script is better at handling and reporting errors
- The Mail plug-in is no longer code-signed, to work around an issue with macOS 10.14, and thus SpamSieve no longer checks whether it’s damaged
- Fixed a bug where the Mail plug-in could show the same error message repeatedly if the SpamSieve application was deleted, thus interfering with access to Mail itself
- Fixed a typo in Mail debug logging

Microsoft Outlook 365:
- Added support for Outlook 365’s new kind of Gmail accounts that show up as “Google” accounts rather than as “IMAP” accounts
- Filtering is faster and will now process any messages in the InboxSpamSieve folder, even read ones
- SpamSieve is better able to recover when Outlook reports an error getting a message’s account
- To get these improvements, please go to the Setting Up Outlook 365 section of the manual and follow the instructions in Step 6 to update your copy of Outlook - Filter Mailboxes.app
- The Advanced Outlook Setup for Large Inboxes section of the manual now describes a different way to do the setup if you are using Outlook 16.17 (currently available on the Office Insider track) with a Gmail account
- Fixed a bug where SpamSieve would incorrectly log that the Outlook scripts were damaged if you were using Outlook 365 but had previously used Outlook 2011 and still had its old scripts installed at the old location

Improved the following sections of the manual:
- Checking the Outlook 365 Setup
- Install Apple Mail Plug-In
- Setting Up Apple Mail
- Setting Up Outlook 365
- Turning Off Microsoft Spam Filters
- Turning Off the AOL Spam Filter
- Turning Off the Gmail Spam Filter
- Turning Off the Yahoo Mail Spam Filter
- Uninstalling SpamSieve
- Why does SpamSieve always need an update when macOS is updated?


SpamSieve 2.9.31
- Made various changes to improve SpamSieve’s filtering accuracy
- Fixed a database bug that could cause SpamSieve to crash when processing a particular type of spam message containing garbage Unicode characters in the subject
- Outlook - Filter Mailboxes now checks for new inbox messages every 1 minute by default (instead of 5), is more efficient, and is able to filter inboxes with localized names that were previously ignored
- Updated the Requirements and Setting Up Postbox sections of the manual. Postbox 6 no longer supports plug-ins, so we recommend continuing to use Postbox 5 for the time being or using the Apple Mail drone setup in the background
- The Outlook sections of the manual have been renamed to Setting Up Outlook 365 and Setting Up Outlook 2011 for clarity
- Worked around a bug in macOS 10.13 that could cause an internal error at launch when resolving an alias
- The Apple Mail - Discard Spam script is better able to work around Mail slowness that could leave spam messages stranded in the trash
- Diagnostic reports now include more information about localizations and SpamSieve helper processes
- Made various minor code updates
- Fixed a crash reporter bug that could prevent some information from being logged.

Improved the following sections of the manual:
- Automatically Deleting Old Spam Messages
- Checking the Apple Mail Setup
- Setting Up MailMate
- Using a Spam Mailbox on the Server


SpamSieve 2.9.30

- SpamSieve is now 64-bit only and requires macOS 10.7 or later
- Made various changes to improve SpamSieve’s filtering accuracy
- You can now click the Outlook - Filter Mailboxes icon in the Dock to make it filter the new inbox messages immediately instead of waiting until the next scheduled check
- The Apple Mail - Remote Training script now auto-creates the TrainGood and TrainSpam mailboxes for you
- Added the Apple Mail - Block Sender script
- SpamSieve can now recover from certain types of damage to a Rules file by logging information about the damaged rules and modifying them so that they don’t cause crashes
- Manually installing the Apple Mail plug-in now forces creation of a new launch agent .plist file, even if nothing has changed, to work around a problem with it not loading
- The Apple Mail - Remote Training, Apple Mail - SaneBox, and Apple Mail - Server Junk Mailbox scripts work around a macOS bug that reports that System Events is not running
- Outlook - Filter Mailboxes now works around an Outlook bug with getting folders by name
- Improved the error reporting when a file cannot be written
- Fixed a bug where SpamSieve could be fooled into parsing the wrong e-mail address out of a message header (Mailsploit)
- Fixed a bug where a misleading error message would be presented if a secure connection could not be made to the software update server
- Fixed a spurious error in diagnostic reports on macOS 10.12 and later
- Made various code modernizations
- Updated the German localization

Improved the following sections of the manual:
- Checking the Outlook 2016 Setup
- Only Filtering Certain Accounts
- Setting Up Apple Mail



SpamSieve 2.9.29

- Works with Apple Mail under macOS 10.13 High Sierra (currently in beta). It’s easiest if you update to SpamSieve 2.9.29 before updating to 10.13. In any case, if you don’t see the SpamSieve commands in Apple Mail’s Message menu, be sure to choose Install Apple Mail Plug-In from the SpamSieve menu. Otherwise, with the SpamSieve plug-in not installed, Mail will move good messages to the spam mailbox without consulting SpamSieve.

- To get the improvements (described below) to SpamSieve’s integration with Microsoft Outlook 2016, please follow these instructions after updating SpamSieve
- Quit Microsoft Outlook and Outlook - Filter Mailboxes
- From the SpamSieve menu in SpamSieve, choose Install Outlook Scripts
- Go to the Setting Up Outlook 2016 section of the manual and follow the instructions in Step 6 to update your copy of Outlook - Filter Mailboxes.app
- Made various changes to improve SpamSieve’s filtering accuracy

Made various improvements to the Outlook - Filter Mailboxes app for Microsoft Outlook 2016:
- The Setting Up Outlook 2016 section of the manual has been updated to be more complete and clear
- Worked around a hang in Outlook when there are lots of messages in the inbox
- There is an optional “Large Inboxes” setup that can greatly speed up the processing of new messages if you have lots of old messages in your inbox
- Filtering now works when the Mac is running in Dutch or Swedish
- It is now possible to configure the options using esoteric preferences links, so that you don’t have to edit the script itself
- Improved the debug logging and error reporting
- Worked around a bug in Microsoft Outlook 15.36 were it could incorrectly report that no messages were selected, thus preventing training from working
- The Apple Mail - Remote Training script now sets and clears message background colors and (optionally) flags. This way if a server filter and SpamSieve share the same Spam mailbox, you can easily see which messages are confirmed as spam by SpamSieve because they will be marked in its normal way

Improved the following sections of the manual:
- Checking the Outlook 2016 Setup
- Converting Your Apple Mail Setup to IMAP
- Requirements
- Setting Up GyazMail
- Setting Up Outlook 2016
- Turning Off the AOL Spam Filter
- Turning Off the FastMail Spam Filter
- Turning Off the Gmail Spam Filter
- Uninstalling SpamSieve
- Improved the scrolling speed in the Blocklist, Corpus, and Whitelist windows.
- The diagnostic reporter can now check whether the application package is damaged
- SpamSieve is better at detecting and reporting problems with the launch agent
- Logged errors now use indentation to improve readability.
- SpamSieve now fixes the permissions of the log file if it can’t append to it (and worked around an OS bug reporting such errors).
- Improved the Apple Mail debug logging.
- Improved the reporting of corpus reset errors.
- Improved the error reporting for damaged files.
- Documentation and Help menu links to c-command.com now use https instead of http.
- Made various code modernizations.
- Fixed a bug that could cause a -10004 error when filtering messages for Microsoft Outlook 2016.
- Fixed a bug that could cause a crash when processing incoming Apple Mail messages on macOS 10.13.
Fixed a bug where some Preferences window labels were truncated on Mac OS X 10.10 due to OS font changes


SpamSieve 2.9.28

- Works with Apple Mail under macOS 10.12.4. It’s easiest if you update to SpamSieve 2.9.28 before updating to 10.12.4. In any case, if you don’t see the SpamSieve commands in Apple Mail’s Message menu, be sure to choose Install Apple Mail Plug-In from the SpamSieve menu. Otherwise, with the SpamSieve plug-in not installed, Mail will move good messages to the spam mailbox without consulting SpamSieve.
- Made various changes to improve SpamSieve’s filtering accuracy.
- The Save Diagnostic Report… command in the Help menu now works with all versions of macOS that SpamSieve supports.
- Made various internal code modernizations.
- Made the task code more robust.
- Worked around an OS bug that could cause a crash when creating a diagnostic report.
- Fixed a bug where Apple Mail messages trained as good didn’t move to inbox when the Mac was running in Russian.
- Fixed a bug that could cause a crash when logging errors.
- Updated the Danish and German localizations.

Improved the following sections of the manual:
- How can I open the Library folder?
- Requirements
- Sending in an Error Report
- Sending in Apple Mail Rules
- Sending in the SpamSieve Log File
- Setting Up MailMate
- Setting Up Outlook 2016
- Uninstalling SpamSieve

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