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Old 16th August 2007, 14:12
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Let's assume you have a web site www.example.com. Now you'd like to have a subdomain sub.example.com that points to the www.example.com web site. In this case you simply create sub.example.com as a Co-Domain for the www.example.com web site in ISPConfig.

If sub.example.com should point to a web site of its own (instead of to www.example.com), then you must create a new web site in ISPConfig and use sub.example.com for that web site.
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