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Addon Domains

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by 360 Web Hosting, Sep 14, 2002.

  1. 360 Web Hosting

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    I haven't been able find any solid description on how the addon domain system works. Does it just park a given domain name over a subdomain of the main site? What options are given to the end user for email @ addondomainname.com? Can they have separate POP3's for it? or only forwarding? And how about other features like subdomains, will the addon domain name have the ability for those?

    Thanks!
     
  2. jeroman

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    agree

    Yes, I would also like to know what addon domains are ??
     
  3. Damian

    Damian Well-Known Member

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    Hey 360,

    That's right. Addon domains are parked domains on top of a subdomain.

    They can now have their own POP accounts (up to the limits set on the master domain).

    If you go to create a new POP mail account after a domain has been addedon you will see a drop down box appear next to where you nominate the users email address. The drop down will let you pick which domain (master/parked) you would like to use.

    The same dropdown appears for forwarders as well.

    Subdomains are not available for addon domains.

    You will see these changes in the Bluelagoon / Default themes when you drill down through the mail options.
     
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