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Old 6th October 2008, 13:52
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Having a minor problem.
When I setup the domain name www.example.com
And then set it to forward to www.destination.com
The forward does this
www.destination.com/ <--the last trailing slash is throwing off a query. Is there a way to forward with out this.
I was able to do it for another part of the site using .htaccess.
But would rather use ispconfig for this one.
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Old 7th October 2008, 17:36
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You could use the Apache Directives field to write your own rewrite rules.
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Old 7th October 2008, 20:36
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Default In this case with ispconfig I am not sure how...

It was a site www.example.com that is in ispconfig.
This client wanted a quick redirect to happen
so they pointed a url they bought to our server.
But I did not want to set it up in ispconfig as another site and just added a new domain under that site (not client)
So now it is there and I would not know how to alter the config to effect just that.
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Old 8th October 2008, 08:53
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If you do not like the way ISPConfig is doing the forward, you can add other forwarding rules in the apache directives field in ISPConfig as falko pointed out above. You dont have to setup a new site for that, just add the rewrite rules that you want to the apache directives field of the site were you added this domain as co-domain.
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Old 8th October 2008, 13:26
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Default Good point

I will give it a try.
By the way I really do like the way ispconfig does it, I tried another host recently who did not have a good interface and was amazed at how good we have it with ispconfig.
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