How do you use NSLOOKUP with MX records?

At the command prompt type "NSLOOKUP <enter>".
This will give you a ">" prompt.
Type "set type=MX <enter>".
Type " <enter>".
You should now get the MX records for "".

An easier alternative (which also works on Win9x) would be to use the DNS Look Up tool in Simple DNS Plus.

16 Apr 2019 15:49 UTC
Jose Goicochea
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