I’m stupified by the accuracy of SpamSieve.
After training it on a few dozen good and bad messages I had sitting around in mailboxes, it’s identified hundreds of new messages as junk and a couple of dozen as valid. SpamSieve has not yet made a single false-positive or false-negative error. I didn’t think a filter like this could possibly work so well.
Thunderbird and Mail have rather similar adaptive filters. I thought SpamSieve would be a little better. Even that would have been worthwhile. SpamSieve’s filter is on a different planet from Eudora, Mail and Thunderbird – there’s just no comparison.
If Apple is smart, they’ll buy your technology for many millions and add it to Mail as a standard feature. This is too good to be inexpensive shareware.
I’ll send in my registration. It would be a bargain at $100 more.