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can you suggest any sites that collect historical DNS data. I am interested in dns changes in 2005? are there such companies?
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Hello
Check this http://dnshistory.org/
But I think is not updated
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thanks I came across this site few days ago, but unfortunately for the domain in question the response is "Sorry the domain does not exist in our database".

I was also hoping the membership only sites like domaintools.com will have some relevant  info, but equally no.

I am particularly interested in how the MX records for a particular domain have changed in the course of the first half of 2005.
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Possible to search via the domain register company (like GoDaddy) which has the management now
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I raised that question with NOMINET already as well as their registrar, but although there seems to be whois history - the same does not apply for dns records as well. or if there is dns historical records somewhere I've not found them yet,.
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Unfortunately, the odds, to find what your are looking for,  are reduced.

Hope to find it!
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thanks
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