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Old 11th October 2005, 00:28
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Question

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Originally Posted by falko
Whenever you create a web site www.domain.com, the Co-Domain domain.com is added automatically, so that 2 domains are used. You can delete the Co-Domain (you also have to delete it from the recycle bin), and then you can decrease the domain limit to 1.
What is the precise definition of 'Co-Domain'?

In this case, www.domain.com is a hostname, not a domain really. The domain is domain.com with a host named www.domain.com.

So, if www.domain.com is seen as a Co-Domain, then why is mail.domain.com not seen as a Co-Domain, but rather it is seen as a the hostname that it is....?

Confusion lingers.....
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