CPanel Redirect Parked Domain

Aug 12, 2008

Is it possible to redirect parked domains in cPanel to a different URL? I want to redirect each domain to a different url. Can this be done via cPanel or .htaccess?

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I have a domain hosted which is the primary domain with all its file hosted, it also has its own email accounts setup.

I now have another domain, i want to make the new domain the primary domain for the account which is hosting my website and the previous domain to be parked on top of it - this is with the use of cPanel.

Now from what ive experienced i should be able to use and setup email accounts from within cPanel from both domains.

This is my question.

The previous domain already has email accounts setup, if i make the switch and make it a parked domain onto the new primary domain will i still be able to retain the same email accounts/passwords/email?

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