MX record / Mail exchanger record
An MX record (Mail exchanger record) is a type of resource record in the Domain Name System (DNS) specifying how Internet e-mail for a specific email address should be routed. MX records point to the servers that should receive the e-mail, and their priority relative to each other for that email address. You can instantly check an MX record using our MX Lookup tool.
- Secondary Mail Server
- DNS query type
- Delay before receiving mail
- SMTP Servers Configuration
- Certificate Authority Authorization (CAA) DNS records
- NS record / Name Servers record
- SMTP / Simple Mail Transfer Protocol
- IMAP / Internet Message Access Protocol
- POP3 / Post Office Protocol 3
- Voice call contact
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