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Here's what my .htaccess file looks like:

Options +FollowSymlinks
RewriteEngine on
#rewritecond %{http_host} !^* [nc]
#rewriterule ^(.*)$$1 [r=301,L]

But when I check the headers for, I get:

Status: HTTP/1.1 302 Object moved and are hosted on the same server; is the new domain name.

Is there something superseding the original .htaccess? I'd asked the hosting company to do the redirects, and they say that they used their 'park domain' functionality to do it. But I'm still not sure how that could prevent the .htaccess rules from being followed.

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The # at the start of those lines means that they're commented out. Something else is doing the redirect.

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