ISA wildcard redirect rule

We have a site that has had an identity change so www.abc.com is now www.xyz.com. The underlying content and directory structure are unchanged. We have a redirection rule in place but it redirects all requests to the root of www.xyz.com. If someone requests www.abc.com/somedir/someotherdir from a bookmark we need it to redirect to www.xyz.com/somedir/someotherdir. I know this can be done per directory and a rule would be needed for each. Is there a way to redirect www.abc.com/* to www.xyz.com/* so that no matter what is requested by the client it will redirect and work given that the site content directory structure is unchanged.
publicworksAsked:
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pwindellConnect With a Mentor Commented:
No, not that I know of.  But I don't design websites,...I'm not an expert on web sites.

Maybe the DNS Hosting provider can work something out.

Moral or the story,...never change a public web site's name once it has been established.  Consider it married to that name for life.   So choose names carefully.
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pwindellCommented:
Forget about "redirection".

Create two separate Publishing Rules.

One for www.abc.com the sends to the destination of www.xyz.com

One for www.xyz.com the sends to the destination of www.xyz.com

This will work with HTTP,...but HTTPS would be a problem.
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publicworksAuthor Commented:
Thanks for the response. This is very close. It works but is there a way to make www.xyz.co appear in the address field iof the browser nstead of www.abc.com? Also, the www.xyz.com site is not hosed locally.
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publicworksAuthor Commented:
Good
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