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If you new shared host uses cPanel with "add-on domains" the same as your last host, it is generally best to keep the same structure. The same domain should be set as the primary domain and other domains should be add-on domains. It is possible to rearrange the structure, but then subdomains like addondomain.example.com won't work the same way ...


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If the primary and "add-on domains" are separate, eg. example.com and example.org. then this "add on" is purely an artificial construct by your provider. In the simplest (and typical) case, all 3 domain names should have their own DNS entries. The simplest solution is to make a note of the old A records (and CNAMES if you are modifying ...


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All you have to do is point DNS records for the subdomain to your new host. If all you want is the website at the new host, then just update the IP address in your subdomain's A Record. If you also want to move email, then update the MX Record. There may be other DNS records that need to be updated e.g. SPF, it all depends on what you are doing with the ...


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