"NoReply" as a reply-to address
Litmus Community, I would love your opinions on the good 'ol email@example.com reply-to email address. How often to you use it, and why? Not use it, and why?
At my company, our developers love 'noreply' because it absolves a human being from being overcome by customer complaints/questions and out of office auto-replies. I think 'firstname.lastname@example.org' might as well say 'WeDontCareAboutYou@company.com'. Some context: we send more transactional emails than marketing emails.
I'm thinking there's some middle ground, like using noreply but providing a path to reply in the email body, but would love a discussion about the topic.