they're dns records for randomdomain.ext.
soa is the start of authority record and its served out by ns.internic.net
and its friends. it points your nslookup query at the right dns server for
mx is the mailbox record, ie this is where mail for user at domain goes to.
doesn't anyone use search engines any more?
more info _might_ be found at www.networksolutions.com
On Fri, 28 Jan 2000, Comerford, Wayne wrote:
>>What or Who is SOA & MX?
>If the answer of my question involves too much information for a mail, could
>you point me in the right direction for doc's. nice newbie doc would be
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