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Easily migrate domain forwarders to new server?

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by IIIBradIII, Jan 6, 2010.

  1. IIIBradIII

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    We have a massive domain forwarder list and since each entry is in its own text box we can't exactly copy/paste them all into the new server's WHM. Is there a way to easily migrate these without having to type them all out one by one?
     
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    Is there really no way to do this?
     
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    /etc/vdomainaliases is the only place they're stored though. Assuming you're talking about email forwarding here.

    Note that normal aliases are stored in /etc/valiases, don't get confused by that.
     
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    Sorry if I misled, I'm referring to the domain forwarder not the email forwarders. Domain Forwarder as in DNS Functions -> Setup/Edit Domain Forwarding.
     
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