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Feb
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comment Creating a Combined 301 Redirect in .htaccess
@jdeb901 I think you're misunderstanding what an Apache <VirtualHost> block is. I've clarified in a comment on your question. However, my posted solution should work in the top-level server configuration as well. It's possible that it is easier to achieve your desired outcome with Nginx, but the time and effort required to switch web-servers far exceeds that required to make the change in Apache.
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comment Creating a Combined 301 Redirect in .htaccess
To be absolutely clear, here: an Apache VirtualHost is nothing similar to a virtual machine. All a VirtualHost block does is tell Apache "the site in this directory will handle these types of requests with this configuration". In all likelihood your dedicated server already has a configuration for your site in a <VirtualHost> block. If it does not, all it takes to add one is two to four additional lines in a configuration file - that's all there is to it. That in mind, entirely switching webservers would be the more difficult and time-consuming solution.
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comment How to easily delete all email forwarders in cPanel?
I have shared hosting through JustHost, and while I learned that I can not run my own CPanel scripts in a shared environment (via local API calls or calls to the cPanel LiveAPI)‌​, I can still access the remote XML/JSON APIs - as it turns out, the two are not one and the same! I recommend trying to fire off an API call with a GET request to know for sure; in my experience my host's support staff didn't quite know what they were talking about ;) .
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comment How to easily delete all email forwarders in cPanel?
For sure. Be sure to post back if you work out an alternate solution - I'm quite interested in your question!
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answered How to easily delete all email forwarders in cPanel?