Just working on a site that is nearing completion & launch. Its running on a newly built windows IIS server. Client just told me that a lot of their previous customers have bookmarked their existing support form, which is located at URL along the lines of "http://www.domain-name.com/Feedback/IncidentSupport.aspx"
They would like this now to forward on to the new support form in SilverStripe. (which is at a http://domain-name.com/contact/support-request/)
Can anyone suggest how I would go about doing this? I don't quite know where to start!
(At the moment I can't even get the SS Error pages running as the IIS error pages seem to be taking precedence... however I have asked their IT person to look at that, so its a whole other issue)
Failing that, you will find more info by looking into other methods of "IIS 301 redirect". Since this is not really related to Silverstripe, you'll get a quicker resolution by focussing on IIS. Most of this forum use LAMP stacks.
If you can get the 404 error handler to point to the default SilverStripe error page, you could use the link mapping module - https://github.com/ajshort/silverstripe-linkmapping. You can define the redirects in the CMS.