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Senders who use a 'noreply@' email as their From address give the impression that they don't care about feedback.
Email is a two-way means of communication; using noreply@ can prevent important customer feedback to make its way back to you, especially if you don't give alternate contacts within the body of the email.
Determine who the emails will be from. Keeping your brand's name as a part of the sender name is a good idea, as is using a human or relevant department
Jane, YourCompany - email@example.com
Billing, Your company - firstname.lastname@example.org
Send an email informing your customers you will be changing your “from” address shortly: