Fear of the New
After a brief, unsuccessful trial the 'free for non-commercial use' offer of UseBestMail is gone. The product is the same, but the package is changing. Instead of emphasizing the completely 100% effective solution to the spam problem (although it's still there), it is now a me-too product -- just like but better than Qurb, for example. And unlike the competition we also have a neat little-add-on feature that truly defeats spam.
So why the change? Well, it is now obvious that people fear the new. Maybe it's the need to make up one's own mind. Or maybe one already has preconceived ideas about a subject that make it impossible to even see the unique new concept in its true form. An old story relates that when Samuel Morse tried to sell his recently invented telegraph system in England he was told that there was no need for it because "...England had no shortage of messenger boys."
But in spite of being smartly smited by reality, I'm still here, UseBestMail is still here, and you can try it free for 30 days. I really hope you do that and maybe even discover the beauty of its hidden new feature.