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Old 06-25-2007, 12:33 AM   #1
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Smile Top-Level Domain rewrite using mod_rewrite in Apache2


I host four domain names:

I want to do mod_rewrite for these virtual hosts, so that if someone goes to, it rewrites it to If someone goes to, it rewrites it to, and so-forth.

I am an idiot when it comes to regex. can someone tell me how the mod_rewrite segment would look inside a vhost container? Thanks!



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