I know we have come a long way with getting SpamSieve finally compatible with AirMail. Of course, not your fault – it was getting the AirMail team to allow coded support.
I am finally attempting to replace Apple Mail with AirMail.
Trying to figure out how to use SpamSieve with the AirMail application.
It seems as if I don’t have to go through the setup process I had with Apple Mail. I have the latest version of SpamSieve installed, I launch AirMail, and it seems that there are options (Train as good or spam) available to me when I right click on a email message.
So far am I correct?
So, the question is, where does all the Spam mail go? In Apple Mail you actually have to create a Spam Mail folder and a rule to send SpamSieve flagged spam there.
None of that, as far as I can see, is being done in AirMail.
I would like a folder for all my spam mail to show up in, just in case something is wrongly flagged as spam.
I realize you posted a very good setup tutorial for AirMail. I cannot immediately locate it.
If you could answer the folder question above and include a link to that tutorial so I and others may refresh ourselves, it would be appreciated.
In the meantime, our utmost thanks for making this the best spam filter on the Mac platform.