Plesk redirects and Subdomains

Hi -
I converted my domains/hosts to a VPS and have started using Plesk, which is very new to me. In the past, I would use an ASPX script to redirect sites to subdomains, for example <script redirects> to folder mydomain/httdocs/forum. However with, Plesk, I thought I would no longer need a script.

How do you redirect subdomains to a folder sctructure in Plesk without a script?
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When you create your domain in Plesk do you use Physical Hosting or Subdomainin Folder option.

You can always redirect using the meta tag refresh it works great for me in those cases...

<meta http-equiv="refresh" content="2;url=">

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just use the Plesk control panel to setup domain redirects or subdomains pointing to folders on your host site.  Almost all shared hosting companies now have video tutorials showing you how to use the interface, if you are not used to it.  If not, ask a tech person to walk you through the procedure, it is not that hard.
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