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Old 26th September 2006, 20:13
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Hi!

I have two domains:
test1.com
test2.com

I want to have two "Sites" on my ISPConfig to get the mail-settings right...
So then I want the webserver on test2.com to point/forward to test1.com.

But when I go to Co-domains on test2.com domain and enters "Forward":
http://www.test1.com/
it won't work. I enter this page:
Welcome to www.konseptit.no!
This is the standard index of your website. You can easily delete it or replace it with another file. This is the index.html file in the web directory.(....)

My config is:
IP Hostname Domain
80.*.*.46 test2.com
80.*.*.46 * test2.com

What have I done wrong?
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Old 27th September 2006, 09:45
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Do not enter anything in the forward field of test2.com. The forward field is only used if you want to forward to a domain that is not test1.com.
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Old 27th September 2006, 14:45
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Maybe this helps you:

Remove the forward in test2.com to test1.com.
Then create test2.com as a codomain in test1.com.
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Old 27th September 2006, 20:21
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I have tried, that works perfectly!
But I can't find a way to forward my email from test2.com to test1.com.
Then I created a new "Site".
I can of course upload an index file on that domain that redirects, but I thought it would be a another way to do this...
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Quote:
Originally Posted by marra87
I have tried, that works perfectly!
But I can't find a way to forward my email from test2.com to test1.com.
If test2.com is a Co-Domain of test1.com, then it doesn't matter if you send emails to test1.com or test2.com because you're always sending to the same account. If you create a user web1_example in that web site with the email address example@test1.com, then that user also gets the email address example@test2.com, so it makes no difference if you send to example@test1.com or example@test2.com.
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Old 28th September 2006, 21:11
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If test2.com is a Co-Domain of test1.com, then it doesn't matter if you send emails to test1.com or test2.com because you're always sending to the same account. If you create a user web1_example in that web site with the email address example@test1.com, then that user also gets the email address example@test2.com, so it makes no difference if you send to example@test1.com or example@test2.com.
aaha....thank you sooo much!;D
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