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Works with: Apple Mail, Entourage, Eudora, GyazMail, Mailsmith, PowerMail, Thunderbird.
Pros: Bayesian filter with adjustable sensitivity; blacklist; whitelist; regular expressions; excellent integration with email clients; nearly invisible operation.
Cons: Limited actions available for suspected spam; some initial manual training required.
Its hard to find anything bad to say about SpamSieve, the gold standard of Mac anti-spam programs. Its highly accurate, unobtrusive, configurable, and frequently updated.
Of course, theres still room for improvement. I keep wishing I could get SpamSieve to give me more granular control over how it treats suspected spam. For example, Id like truly obvious spam to be trashed immediately, and Id like spam from different accounts to be routed to different junk mailboxes. I wish the initial step of training it with spam and ham were more automated. And Id prefer that, like Personal Antispam X4, it were completely invisible when running in the background. But these are nits; its far and away my favorite spam filter.