I've searched for an answer to this
unanswered now answered question and also tried to find out who receives emails to email@example.com email addresses.
Do moderators receive these emails? For instance, if I email firstname.lastname@example.org, will the moderators of that site receive those emails?
Recently, a 1 reputation user tried to contact a moderator through that moderator's workplace contact form! The email was benign. The user had a legitimate question but didn't know the appropriate way to contact the moderator.
I was thinking the team+sitename addresses could/may already serve this purpose. I checked the Stack Exchange Moderator FAQ and didn't find any information on this topic.
Are these emails sent to moderators? If so, is it appropriate for moderators to list these addresses in his/her profile or to add a link to the About page for the SE site in his/her profile?
If the emails are not sent to moderators, is this something we can add as forwarding rules, or is that too difficult to manage?
If the first and second options are not good options, would it be possible to have a contact form on the About page that does send emails to moderators?
If neither of those are good options, what should the moderator tell the 1 rep user who tried to contact him, since posting on meta is clearly not a viable option for this person, unless of course he/she can gain an upvote.
Of course, if the answer to this is "The community team will forward the questions onto the moderators" then this would work as well, so long as we know what's appropriate.
Lastly, can we add the answers to this to the Moderator FAQ?