jdMorgan - 6:39 pm on Aug 27, 2010 (gmt 0)
The reason the code does not do the rewrite you want is because you are testing the wrong rule -- The one you tested is the URL-to-URL redirect, and the other one I posted is the URL-to-filepath rewrite. Please test both rules together, as they are a "system."
Just to be clear, the URL for a page used for linking should be http://one.example.com/features, and the server will accept a request for that URL and then serve the content from the filepath /one/features
If a browser or search engine requests the filepath as a URL, asking for http://example.com/one/features or http://www.example.com/one/features or http://one.com/one/features or even http://two.example.com/one/features, the first rule will permanently redirect that requested URL to http://one.example.com/features -- With this redirect in place, the "file-storage" directory (e.g. /one or /two) for each subdomain will never be seen in URLs in the search results.