a redirect in your htaccess will work so long as it's a 301 redirect (a permanent redirect).  This will update the itunes diectory and all itunes users.

I think you just have to append this to your rewrite rule to make it a 301 instead of a 302:

[R=301,L]


can anyone smarter than me confirm that please? :-)

On 2/7/06, Brett Gaylor <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
>    Whats a surefire way to switch your iTunes URL that will keep both your old users subscribed, and update the music store?  If you put a redirect in your .htaccess file, will that work?  I had an xml on my server that I was manually updating, but then I realized this was stupid and that I could do this automatically with blip.  So, I want the people who've subscribed to the one on my server to get redirected to blip, and I want the music store people to get moved there, too.  I didn't really get the "return 302" thing that iTunes talked about in their help page - where they heck do I type that info in?
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