Previously we had a number of adjustments made for forwarding plans, which redirects to status codes (eg 301 permanent redirect), and additional fields for search engines. Since this weekend we again added functionality for forwarding plans, to optimize them for search engine ranking. Each forwarding plan has a NOFRAMES text (if you use frame forwarding) which means that search engines can index the page.
Also you can now choose to change the Document Root in stead of forwarding it, so that the domain refers to one of your other websites. This is useful if you want your visitors to see different content on your web page based on the domain extension (for example: change the language of the content based on the extension). But be careful not to use it to display exactly the same content on multiple domains, because search engines don’t like that.