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Old 22nd April 2010, 02:20
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Question New site overwrite previous ones?!


I'm new to ISPConfig and here a problem I had...

I created a first website (livredefesses.com), an alias (finalfantasy-cloud.com) and could access to it with no problem.
Then I created another website (mangapascher.com), could access to this website.

But then I noticed that when I went on finalfantasy-cloud.com, I was one the mangapascher.com website!

To check if the problem was linked to the fact that mangapascher.com was the new website, I created a new one (finalfantasy-hentai.com), and I was right: all my other domain names pointed on it!

So, do you have any idea about what's coming?

Thank you
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Old 25th April 2010, 00:40
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Make sure that you create all sites as website and not as aliasdomains or subdomains.
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