Severity: normal

I currently get multiple copies of "foo is marked for autoremoval" for
each package that I'm subscribed to via the package tracker. The problem
is that I get one copy through which forwards
to the tracker and one copy through
which also forwards to the tracker.

I would like you to:

- only send to since this is sufficient for
  the tracker to get a copy (and anyway mailing
  has been deprecated since December 2015:

- add an header to help me to identify those emails so that they
  are classified automatically with the "summary" tag instead of the default
  "contact" tag that they get when they come through
  I suggest to add "X-Debian:" to all
  autoremoval related mails. That's the header that most tools are using
  to identify Debian-specific emails.

Note that you could also add the "X-Debian-Package: foo" which is another
convention we are already using in many tools.

Thank you!

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