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  1. Hi!
    Thanks for a great service! I've just migrated my blog from a self-hosted MovableType blog with its own domain (projectories.net) to wordpress.com (not .org), and purchased a domain redirect. This all worked beautifully! Although the images from the old installation wasn't transferred seamlessly.

    I have understood that there is no outbound redirects from wordpress.com, and guess that can be a way to prevent spam-redirecting. But I can't see a reason to not have internal redirects within your own blog. For example if someone accesses projectories.net/index.rdf (my old rss feed) i would like to be able to redirect to projectories.net/feed/ (my new rss feed). I would also like to redirect old MovableType permalinks to my new WordPress.com permalinks, especially the rss feed (/index.rdf to /feed/).

    I have been able to set this up on my old server where I have root access, but I would like to redirect the domain so I can phase out the old server completely.

    Again thanks!

  2. Hi there,
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  3. OK. Thanks! :)

  4. You're welcome. :)

    P.S. In your original post above, you have the option of marking this thread "resolved". Will you do that please?

  5. Sure!

  6. Thanks again :)

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