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oldmacfan
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2006-05-10, 09:46

I have tried searching here and failed, I think I just might not be the best at stroking our search engine, I tried Google and even Apple's site.

I can write a web page, but I don't know jack about hosting. I look at .mac and say that would make it easy for what I want to do which isn't much, but I want to use my personal domain name as the go to point and just have it redirect to the .mac site.

Tell me what I need.

Will .mac allow this type of redirect or will they let me just use it with the service?
Do I need to find a hosting service that will charge me to do the redirect?
Do I have to just create a simple home page with a enter link that goes to my .mac home page?


Please set me straight as to what I can and can not do. I want easy and I want to use my domain name.

Thank you in advance for your help.

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oldmacfan
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2006-05-10, 15:55

I am not sure why I didn't get this hit before, but I found this link to answer the question...

http://homepage.mac.com/cherrypop/ib...976/index.html

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