Like a few people, SpamSieve is not working properly for me under El Capitan - was perfect under Yosemite.
Basically it is not filtering at all - regular messages it used to identify as spam stay in the inbox, not marked. I can train as spam and the messages will then move as they should (which is different from other users’ experience), it just won’t do it as the messages come in. Training for a few days hasn’t helped - messages trained as spam which repeat are not being later identified as spam.
I have reinstalled the plugin for Mail, but that hasn’t helped.
I have checked that the Spamsieve rule is the only one active and it appears to be correctly configured.
I have checked that Apple’s Junk Mail filtering has not turned itself back on - and it hasn’t.
Everything looks fine, it just isn’t working!
My console log shows the messages in the txt file attachment.
Any ideas gratefully received - thanks in advance for any help.
spamsieve.txt (9.07 KB)