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How do I find out who is hosting a domain's MX records

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How do I find out who is hosting a domain's MX records
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nslookup

>set type=MX

>domain-to-request.com

>.... results.....

This tells you what the MX are.  Te provider could be guessed as;
telnet (mx-record) 25
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http://mxtoolbox.com or NSLOOKUP
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by:Alexandre Michel
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Use DomainHostingView from www.nirsoft.com
Best utility, Small, Comprehensive
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Thank you all for the advice
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You asked me for close this question, and I am doing so.  I think the awarded points are a fair share.
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