Thanks Oleg! The pages for all domains are exactly the same (same folder) so maybe I've been missing the point.
1. Best I can tell they have only indexed the non-www version of the site. I thought they should have indexed the [external links are visible to admins only] as well, so the confusion is probably on my side.
2. One of the domains is the old URL that is still in use but being phased out. So if I am understanding you correctly, we shouldnít expect to see anything for 'site:oldwebsite.com' because we arenít supposed to be indexing anything other than the new (primary) domain?
3. As far as 301redirects, our SEO guru said that he didnít need redirects because he 'pointed' all of the domains to the same folder using the hosting tools. But others have told us we should use 301 redirects to clear up Google analytics reporting. Now I'm wondering if we need the 301s for indexing as well.
Assuming we do need 301's, can you point me to a tutorial? It sounds like I will get 'on the job training' here:)
Much appreciated, and I'm relieved to hear that things may not be messed up at all.