Question about Computers & Internet
We need a lot more info to give you a detailed answer, like what OS & email program she's using, who her email provider is, and so forth.
But she can change her spam settings to allow you to send mail. For example, in hotmail, you go to options, more options, junk e-mail, safe and blocked senders and simply remove your name from the junk list and add to the safe list....
Similar for other email providers, and programs...
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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