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How to implement DIG in C++ ???

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I'm trying to make an SMTP server to send emails.
The problem is that I have to know where to send the data (until now it just relays to some fixed smtp servers on the net).
I therefore need to implement some kind of dig (I was told something like MX...???)
Could you explain me how to do it?
And if possible post some code (that works on Windows)?

.: Snyke :.
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Following URL seems to have what you need :
http://www.codeguru.com/internet/DnsResolver.html
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Isn't there a lighter thing?
I just need something to get the MXs and this one gets everything, making my program really heavy...
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