This is a strange setup we are trying to do. The reason we are doing it this way is to not mess up prior SEO work. We have two domains: let's say rootwebsite.com, and email.com (just made up names to represent function). rootwebsite.com is a site account, and is the primary hosted domain with Winhost. This is where our website files are located. (This domain is also where all the SEO work has occured) email.com is also a site account, newly acquired. We want this domain's URL to point to the rootwebsite.com's website location. (It doesn't matter what the URL is that shows up in the address bar.. either rootwebsite.com or email.com will be fine.) We also want to have all of rootwebsite.com's eMails to forward to the equivalent counterpart setup under email.com. (ie: email@example.com will forward to firstname.lastname@example.org). I know I can set this up manually by just creating the same eMail accounts on both domains, and forward one to the other. The trick comes when we want email.com to point to rootwebsite.com for website access. How can this be done. Can it be handled via DNS record changes? Or is the only solution to use a 301 redirect? I think using the 301 redirect option will work.. but I am wanting to know if there are other ways of getting this done without using 301 redirect. Thanks for any insight you have.