However, if you want specific incoming emails to never go into the spam folder, then use the Whitelist feature (paying plans).
Emails with known malwares or malicious patterns are always refused for security reasons.
2. Messages -> Whitelist
3. Add email or domain
Please check this KB article to see limit of number of whitelist entries that you can create.
In any case, you can always ask the sender to follow good practices to avoid his/her emails being regarded as spam on the reception side.