SpamSieve 2.9 review: A must-have spam filter for your Mac email client

Oh, spam. There is so much of it. Some estimates say that 90 percent of email sent around the world is spam. Sometimes it’s hard to sort the wheat from the chaff; or the ham from the spam.

It’s been a plague since the earliest days of the Internet. Whether it’s spam that contains attachments–which, if opened, could hijack your computer (though most often, these attachments carry Windows malware)–or phishing emails that try to trick you into entering your bank or Apple ID credentials on dodgy websites, spam is both an annoyance and a danger.

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6 thoughts on “SpamSieve 2.9 review: A must-have spam filter for your Mac email client

  1. I host my domain name’s e-mail on Google, and have everything forwarded to my iCloud account. I often go several months without receiving a single piece of spam.

  2. I host my domain name’s e-mail on Google, and have everything forwarded to my iCloud account. I often go several months without receiving a single piece of spam.

  3. I’ve been wondering: how, if at all, is email on Gmail different when it’s a hosted domain? I assume they don’t serve ads, but they still read all your emails, right? And what about reliability? I’m looking to move my email from my hosting company.

  4. I’ve been wondering: how, if at all, is email on Gmail different when it’s a hosted domain? I assume they don’t serve ads, but they still read all your emails, right? And what about reliability? I’m looking to move my email from my hosting company.

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