nslookup — a standard Linux command to query DNS servers
The nslookup command performs a DNS lookup of the given hostname or IP address.
Type help nslookup on the command line for more information about the options available for nslookup. The information that is displayed may contain references to commands that are not available on Symantec Messaging Gateway.
This command is part of the standard Linux command set. It has been modified for use by Symantec Messaging Gateway, but this modification does not affect its functionality.
Look up MX records for a domain (yahoo.com, for example):
nslookup -querytype=mx yahoo.com
Imported Document ID: HOWTO92649
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