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    www, but don't add to my domain


    is apache have some features that i don't have to type full host but without www instead like mydomain.org, mycompany.com

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    huh?
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    If I understand your question correctly, this has nothing to do with apache or IIS (any web server) its the DNS redirection that does it all
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    DNS problem

    This really is not an Apache problem.

    You do this by editing your entries with your domain name registry.
    ie. mydomain.com points to IP: 1.2.3.4
    www.mydomain.com points to mydomain.com

    So you can access your page either by typing mydomain.com or www.mydomain.com

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