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Mailsmith 2.1.2 supports server-side filtering, more

updated 11:40 am EDT, Wed July 21, 2004

Mailsmith 2.1.2 released

Bare Bones Software today released , the latest version of its email client for Mac OS X. Mailsmith now supports server-side spam filtering, with an option to honor the canonical spam-classification headers used by SpamAssassin, BogoFilter, and other server-side anti-spam tools. Mailsmith users also can now integrate any Unix script or executable into the downloading process; it also adds a new preference for designating a folder to store extracted enclosures, property terms to the scripting dictionary for configuring mail accounts, and additional keyboard navigation options. It runs on Mac OS X 10.2 or later and a full version is available for $100 (including SpamSieve spam-filtering software).




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