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Default Best Method to setup 301s with ISPConfig-3 ?


I am trying to figure out how (via ISPConfig-3) to best setup 301 redirects for my domains so Google doesn't seem them as duplicate content.

Say I have the following domains:

I want domain.com to 301 to www.domain.com so it's not seen as a different site by Google.

Typically, when altering Apache vhost by hand in the past, I added one vhost entry for each domain, with the domain.com having a 301 redirect to www.domain.com - that worked fine.

I am wondering , via ISPConfig-3, what would be the proper or recommended way to go about solving the same problem (not getting seen as two separate sites for the www. and main domain)

I just don't see how it can be done via their interface...

Thanks in advance for any help!
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