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Old 3rd January 2008, 08:24
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Ok in cpanel you can park one domain onto another basically yu have 1 site that can be reached by 2 different domain names. I searched all over ISPConfig and these forums and have come up empty handed. Any one point me in the right direction I am guessing someone has asked this before. Thanks
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Open the site settings, click on co-domain tab, click on new and enter the domain name.
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That didnt work before. My mistake . Thank you
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