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I am using Server 2008 R2 to host some website.  Everything is good but I have multiple domains connecting to one site.  Now Google is indexing my site using a domain I do not want it to use.  So lets say I have the following:
www.myoldsite.com
www.newsite.com
www.licplate.com

I want Google to use www.newsite.com and not the others.  However Google is indexing with www.myoldsite.com now.  I can easily create new sites for each of the two sites that need to be redirected then create some 301 redirects.  However, to do this for each page would be a pain.  The only difference would be the domain name.  So for example if somebody went to www.myoldsite.com\contactus.php I want to do a 301 redirect to www.newsite.com\contactus.php.

I just want the domain name section changed.  It would also be good to do this with or without the www. in front of the domain name.  Can I do this with URL Rewrite?  If so how to a create these rules?
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The canonical rule should do the trick as described in #3:
http://ruslany.net/2009/04/10-url-rewriting-tips-and-tricks/#canonical
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by:Christopher Most
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Do you think this would cause any problems with SEO?  Not sure if this uses 301 redirect which is recommended.
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The redirect type in the rule is permanent which is a 301.  If it were temporary it would be a 302.
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by:Christopher Most
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I will give it a try tomorrow and let you know.  Thank You!
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Worked like a charm!  Thank You!
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User didn't close but affirmed it worked.
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