Commit notification sending from "wrong" address

Jerry McRae avatarJerry McRae created an issue

Starting some time Feb 7th the commit notifications started being sent with a return address of "commits-reply" instead of "commits-noreply". This messes up existing email filters. Since the change is pointless and the new address makes no sense, I don't see how it was done on purpose. If you really do intend on changing your reply address, wouldn't it be helpful to give some kind of notice first?

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