SpamAssassin 2.60 is finally out. I installed it last night and it didn’t clear up the biggest problem I have — out of memory errors when I try to train the Bayesian filter. However, it does seem to be an improvement in other regards, and since the spammers are always trying to circumvent its rule set, it’s best to run the latest version at all times. Between SA and the Bayesian filter in Thunderbird, I get rid of just about every piece of spam I get without reading it, but when I read mail in my shell account (while I’m at work), I see the mail before Thunderbird goes over it with a fine toothed comb. If I can get the Bayesian filter in SA working properly, I may never see spam at all.