How do you use NSLOOKUP with MX records?

At the command prompt type "NSLOOKUP <enter>".
This will give you a ">" prompt.
Type "set type=MX <enter>".
Type " <enter>".
You should now get the MX records for "".

An easier alternative (which also works on Win9x) would be to use the DNS Look Up tool in Simple DNS Plus.

5 May 2019 19:44 UTC
Short command:
nslookup -q=mx
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