@e.email goes to spam folder


I noticed when I send email from my e.email to someone, it goes to receivers spam folder. Is there a way to mark emails from e.email as not spam? Like in bigger picture, not just like one receiver? Or is this just because e.email is new email provider or something like that?

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You may want to get the domain name of your correspondent (the part after the @, it will lead you to his email provider), and the full received-as-spam email source (forwarded to you as attachment) to get the spam cause.