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Full user review
"An anti-spam service that doesn't block what I want"
There are a lot of good blockers out there, because there are endless ways for a message to hit a trip-wire... Mention Viagra, use too many CAP letters, mis-spell too many words, or use any mail server that has been temporarily blacklisted...
But Vanquish has put a great deal of effort into making sure that legitimate messages are never blocked - and they have been downright successful.
Put "/mailtest" after vanquish.com and look at all the methods that VALIDATE mail rather than block it. For example, web sites at which you make a purchase, mail that has a non-trivial subject that you recently sent. Anyone that you previously mailed. Anyone that previously solved a challenge, anyone in any address book on your entire PC, anyone who is willing to put 5c at risk (now THAT'S one heckuva clever trick)!
I really have trouble finding any. The program is clairvoyant in it's ability to separate the wheat from the chaf. And getting phone supprot direct from the companies founding officers is a hoot.