Wrong email address on commits

For years, I have commited stuff with the wrong email (juvian@bitbucket.com) because I had started with bitbucket and later changed to github but never changed the email, always used user and pass for authentication on commit. So they don´t show up as my commits, and if I try to add it as an alias, it requires verification email and that doesn´t reach anywhere, it´s not a valid email. 

Is there any way I can fix this? I know about https://help.github.com/en/articles/changing-author-info but there are a lot of repositories (which are also hard to find) where I contributed (mostly uni stuff), so was wondering if there was an easier solution. Would asking support to recognize that email as an alias be an option? 

You can add that mail to your account without verifying it. If I remember correctly, that will still help with associating commits with your account, though there may be a delay.

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