I have the same situation with my email address being published on SpringerLink, and they agreed to remove it. I simply mailed the same person that I had contact with during the proof reading.
The usual process for Springer is to publish an additional paper titled "Correction to ..." (with the same authors) that explains what has changed about the original paper, and mark the latter with "A correction to this article is available". As in your case the original paper was not wrong and did not need to be corrected (in fact, it should not even be changed at all), I would insist on this not happening. Otherwise, the additional article would for example appear on your Google Scholar profile. In my case, Springer agreed to just remove my email address without an additional article after clarifying internally (but the change has not yet been made).