Use the Aliases interface to create domain aliases. Domain Aliases allow you to point additional domain names to your account's existing domains. This allows users to reach your website if they enter the pointed domain URL in their browsers.
(Home >> Domains >> Aliases)
Domain aliases are domains that you own, but which do not contain any content. Instead, they point to the contents of another domain or subdomain on your account. This is useful, for example, to hold a domain that you will later sell, or to redirect traffic to another domain.
To add a domain alias, enter the domain name in the text box and click Add Domain.
To open the alias domain's home directory with cPanel's File Manager interface (Home >> Files >> File Manager), click the link that corresponds to that alias under the Domain Root column of the Remove Aliases table.
When you create an addon domain, parked domain, subdomain, or main domain, the system will attempt to automatically secure that domain with the best-available existing certificate. If no certificate exists, the system will generate a self-signed certificate to secure the new domain.
If AutoSSL is enabled for the account that owns the new domain, the system will add a request for an AutoSSL certificate to secure the new domain and install it when available.
Note: You can create email accounts for domain aliases.
To enable or disable redirection of a domain alias, perform the following steps:
vhostentries, and its DNS entries. The system retains the alias's directory contents.
To remove an existing domain alias, perform the following steps:
To search through the list of domain aliases, enter the search criteria in the Search text box and click Go. Results that match your search criteria will populate the table.
To add new email accounts, use cPanel's Email Accounts interface (Home >> Email >> Email Accounts)
Note: Make certain that you verify ownership of the email account after you move it.If you remove the domain alias, its email accounts will no longer appear in cPanel's Email Accounts interface (Home >> Email >> Email Accounts). However, the email accounts' contents still exist in the mail folder of the user's
If you move the domain to a different account, you must add the email accounts manually and move the contents of the email accounts manually.
Note: The email accounts must follow the same name and domain formats that they previously followed.