I have used my local library for many years for my website. I started it long before getting a domain name so as the net grew, people linked to the library domain. Several years ago I got a domain name and linked it to the library and that worked well. The library has been talking about shutting it down for a long time so I set up my site on another server (thanks minihost.org and transferred my domain name to that new server. However, even after transferring my domain name several months ago there are many links on the web that still aim at the original server address (the library domain www.open.org/~...... . and we are still getting 13-15,000 visits a month there even though I have noted on the main page that I have moved things and list the new addy. I could do a search and contact each website personally but that would take days. When they close the library server is there some way that I can forward those visits to the new server where my domain name is? I don't think that they are going to keep the server up to allow us to do forwarding from their server. The problem is many sites link to specific pages on my site (I have 2-300 individual pages) so there would be dozens of different links that would have to be covered. I will do the search and personal contact bit if need be but automatic would be much better :laugh: Thoughts?