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Old 10th June 2009, 22:23
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Default Apache ServerAlias not correctly updated

Hello,

I want to create an alias for domain.tld -> domain.tld2, but Apache's ServerAlias not correctly updated (ISPConfig -> domain.tld -> Domain Alias -> New : domain2.tld) : ISPConfig doesn't create www.domain2.tld ServerAlias in apache config file.

workaround (without touching apache config manually):
add another alias with the same domain but enter www in hostname field

ISPConfig 2.2.29
CentOS 5.3

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Old 10th June 2009, 23:01
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Thats all correct. If you want domain.com and www.domain.com as alias, then you have to add domain.com and www.domain.com as co-domain.
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