How to View DNS - Name Servers, MX Record, and A Record

Visit and plug in the domain.

The top entry is the Parent Nameservers. 

Below that is the Local Name Server.

There is the MX Record which shows where the mail is being routed. 

And finally the A record at the bottom, shows where the site is pointing. 

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