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You are going to need to explain the question more. What email? We can't tell you anything about who owns an email address without having an idea of what it is.
You did not give us any of that information. So far, all we've got is a title and a question mark.
What makes you think it's a Community member? Many of us use emails from many different places, but they are not displayed here unless an individual posts it (and most of us don't)
We can only help you with half of these.
email@example.com is just someone's email address. They might be a community member, but there's no way to know. I'm afraid we really can't help you with that, beyond you maybe asking someone at fedonso.com why they're mailing you.
The Jira address is not a Community member. But it is an address that is associated with an Atlassian system. It's sending you an email because someone using that system has decided you're the person to send something to.
There are two things to do here.
Try to log into roomsa.atlassian.net - if you can get in, you're a valid user there, and you'll need to ask the admins why you're getting the emails.
If you can not get in, you could ask for access, but it may well be an abusive system (Atlassian allows the setup of "free" accounts, and some spam bots can set them up and abuse them before getting caught). If you suspect abuse, then forward the email to firstname.lastname@example.org (with full headers, and you don't need to explain anything, forward it untouched)