The Apache ServerAlias directive points calls for domain names to aliases of the specified domain. It is commonly used to direct calls for both yourdomainname.ext and www.yourdomainname.ext to the same site files to accomodate either entry in the browser. Using the gui ISPConfig to configure a site and DNS, ISPConfig defaults the setting (found in in the file: /etc/apache2/vhosts/Vhosts_ispconfig.conf) to specify only one ServerAlias directive, yourdomainname.ext. I have tried adding the directive and values in the ISPConfig box defining Apache directives, but longer names get truncated. Left blank, the ServerAlias directive defaults to: ServerAlias yourdomainname.ext Can somebody tell the world (and me) where the ISPConfig option is that will configure both yourdomainname.ext and www.yourdomainname.ext in the Apache ServerAlias directive variables? Directive should appear like this in the virtual configuration file: ServerAlias yourdomainname.ext www.yourdomainname.ext Thanks.