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subdomain as main domain for customer

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Hello

a Customer would like to continue to host his main domain name on another hosting provider.
but would like to host a subdomain on froxlor.

so :
foo.Com is hosted elsewhere
bar.foo.com should be hosted on froxlor.

he should therefore be able to create
a.bar.foo.com
and
b.bar.foo.com


also all mails for foo.com should go elsewhere and not be handled by froxlor systems.



Can i just add "bar.foo.com" as a new  domain for the customer ?  Or will this have strange effects.
if i add "foo.com" for the customer, then emails will be handled by froxlor and that's not good.


Any advice ? 

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19 minutes ago, ZARk said:

Can i just add "bar.foo.com" as a new  domain for the customer ?

Yes, exactly like that, as if it was a normal domain.

19 minutes ago, ZARk said:

if i add "foo.com" for the customer, then emails will be handled by froxlor and that's not good.

Then uncheck "email domain" (at the bottom off the domain add/edit form) when adding/editing the domain

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Which solution do you think is better ?

Adding the main domain, as a non-email domain, and allowing the customer to add himself sub-domains, as long as he update his dns on the other hosting site ?
 

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depends on what the customer wants. If he wants to ue multiple subdomains of his dmain then surely adding the main domain as non-email domain to his account. -if not, then just assign the subdomains to him he needs

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