I moved up to Leopard as soon as it was available–and I’ve installed the recent 10.5.1 version. I am running SpamSieve 2.6.5. I have noticed over the last day (since I moved up to 10.5.1) that within Mail one or more apparent messages appear to be delivered to the Spam folder. As soon as I click on the folder the number indicating the one or more messages disappears–and there is nothing in the Spam folder. And nothing new appears in the Trash either.
Is anyone else seeing this? I am wondering whether Mail is accidently putting up the indicator of Spam although there is none—or much more worrisome, SpamSieve and Mail under 10.5.1 are misfiring such that as soon as I click on the Spam folder (where SpamSieve has delivered the spam) whatever was inside is simply deleted and I never see it. This would be troubling of course in the case of email that was detected as spam but was actually good and something I wanted to see.