SpamSieve is doing beautifully for me. But Growl is a little peculiar. It does pick up an accurate count on incoming mail, but it also issues other bulletins that make no sense. “23 good messages”, for instance. I see this, check my Mail program, and there may be, say 21 messages in the Inbox that have already been vetted when they came in. I’ve noticed that if I check a mailbox On My Mac to read something I received a while ago, it sometimes sends me notice of the number of ‘good messages’ in that mailbox.
This is not a problem for me. It is nothing like getting the spam I was getting before I discovered SpamSieve. But it would be nice to get it to not do this.
I repeat – the accurate information is getting to me through Growl; there is also extra information that has no meaning for me.
SpamSieve 2.9.6, OS X 10.7.5, Mail 5.3, Growl 1.2.2