jimjoe

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1) is there a way to view what domains are parked on the server, and which accounts they are parked to?

2) is there a way to add mail for a parked account?

Thanks! :)
 

jumpdomain

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Hello,

I hope there will be... I submitted a feature request for this but haven't herd anything on it yet.
 

jimjoe

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would it work to park a domain and then SEPARATELY add an account for that parked domain (email only) and then forward the email to the main domain?
 

jimjoe

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would it matter whether i set up the parked domain first or the email first?

thanx
 

feanor

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You'd probably want to do the email first....
otherwise you'll get an error about your httpd.conf, actually you might get this either way.

This is tricky and might require some intervention from the administrator. ;) As far as I know there isn't an &install mail capabilities for a parked domain& as an option yet.

Is a feature request in the works?
 

jimjoe

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Would it possibly work to set up a Sub-domain instead of &parking& or creating a whole real account. That way there wouldn't be any additional resources used?

1) If i set up a subdomain, would cpanel allow the same functions as other domains - like could i &redirect& or point it to the main domain?

2) Could I redirect, but still have 1 catch-all mail account for the subdomain?

Thanks!
 

feanor

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You mean a subdomain such as a subdomain as CPanel and WHManager are concerned, that is &something.domain.com&... a third level domain, not a true root domain.

Yes, you could redirect and have a catch-all, that is a simple configuration from the shell, but not something that WHmanager can spawn at this time.
 

ehsan

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which files do we need to edit from root ?