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Old 08-29-2005, 08:19 PM
Ruick Ruick is offline
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1and1 adding another domain?


Hello,

I'm using the free 6 month 1and1 hosting package. currently i have one domain / site on there and it uses very little bandwidth. I'm interested in making another site, and since i have alot of room, if i can i want to host the second site off the same bandwidth/acc. Can you do this with 1and1? You just click, add new domain name like the first one? but will it give you a seperate ftp account or atleast a seperate ftp folder? cause when i ftp my main domain and the free subdomain they give me both lead to the same place.



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Old 08-29-2005, 08:37 PM
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Ruick,

That would be best answered by the 1and1 support team.

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