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I could do this in Lion Server, but I can't in Mountain Lion (when I try to type * it doesn't type anything). Is there a file I can change with emacs to get this working? I've added the wildcard domain to /var/named/db.mydomain.TLD (see the wildcard domain section) but I need it in the web server as well for this to work.

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I found the answer here.

The file is stored in: 
/Library/Server/Web/Config/apache2/sites/0000_any_<port>_example.com.conf

And just before </VirtualHost> put the line:
ServerAlias *.example.com
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