I sent a woman a gift through PayPal. My email is firstname.lastname@example.org. She used the money to buy something over a peruta. Do I need to give her a get for her to be free to marry others?
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If your e-get lands in her email inbox even if she doesn't read it, that should be sufficient. You'll need to send the email with PGP to have it digitally signed as an unsigned get is not valid. Some have been using 'DocuSign' but it would seem you must use 'AidUsign' which requires your webcam to recognize two faces besides your own as you send it.
That would depend if she was using a good voice manager on the computer with which she received the email. She would also have to program her computer to use your voice to read out the email address properly. Otherwise, she might think that it is from someone else.
Yes, but in order to do so, you will need to change your email address to Harry@megureshetmime.ni, which means you have to move to Nicaragua.
I don't know, but you didn't say kdaas Moshe viyisrael, so you're in trouble anyway