SpamSieve (Box): £22.99


System requirements:

  • Mac OS X 10.7 / Mac OS X 10.8 / Mac OS X 10.9
  • Mac OS X 10.10 / Mac OS X 10.11 / Mac OS X 10.12 / macOS 10.13 / macOS 10.14 / macOS 10.15
  • 1GHz Intel Mac Core Solo
  • 16MB HDD
  • 128MB RAM
An e-mail client: Apple Mail, Emailer 2.0v3, Entourage v.X (2001) and later, Eudora 5.x or 6.x, GyazMail 1.2.0 and later, Mailsmith 2.2, Outlook Express 5.0 and later, Powermail 4.0 and later, Thunderbird or 2.x



SpamSieve new version 2.9.43

Application Systems announces the availability of the new version 2.9.43 of SpamSieve for the Mac. The new version can be downloaded from:

New Features include:
- Worked around a bug in the forthcoming macOS 11.3 that could cause SpamSieve to crash at launch.
- Improved the following sections of the manual:
- If Apple Mail Is Running Slowly
- Resetting Mail's Private Plug-Ins Folder
- Security & Privacy Access
- Setting Up Apple Mail
- The "Use Growl global notification system" checkbox is now shown as disabled when Growl is not available, e.g. on Apple Silicon Macs.
- Improved SpamSieve's debug logging of messages received and processed.


SpamSieve new version 2.9.41

Application Systems announces the availability of the new version 2.9.41 of SpamSieve for the Mac. The new version can be downloaded from:

New Features include:
- Added support for Apple Mail on the forthcoming macOS 11.1. We recommend updating SpamSieve before updating to macOS 11.1. 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 and enable the plug-in.
- The Apple Mail installer is better able to detect when a new version of macOS requires a new version of SpamSieve.
- Apple Mail is faster at launching SpamSieve and more likely to find the right installed copy of it.
- Worked around a macOS 11 bug that prevented the diagnostic report from working properly on Apple Silicon Macs.
- Worked around a macOS 11 bug that could cause an Apple Mail hang when SpamSieve and Small Cubed MailSuite were both in use.
- Made various changes to try to work around a problem where Apple Mail training commands were intermittently not received on Macs with Apple Silicon.
- Improved the diagnostic report on macOS 11.
- Update the Korean localization.


SpamSieve new version 2.9.35

Application Systems announces the availability of the new version 2.9.35 of SpamSieve for the Mac. The new version can be downloaded from:

New Features include:
- 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 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
- 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.


SpamSieve new version 2.9.34

Application Systems announces the availability of the new version 2.9.34 of SpamSieve for the Mac. The new version can be downloaded from:

New Features include:
- 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.
- "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.


SpamSieve new version 2.9.33

Application Systems announces the availability of the new version 2.9.33 of SpamSieve for the Mac. The new version can be downloaded from:

New Features include:


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