check the srv record from Linux machine (sip or exchange autodiscover)

You can use any of the below 2 methods to find out the srv records :
1. Using dig

root@test:~# dig _autodiscover._tcp.mydomain.com srv

(check for the answer section similar to below )

;; ANSWER SECTION:
_autodiscover._tcp.mydomain.com. 29 IN SRV     10 10 443 autodiscover.mydomain1.com.

2. Using nslookup

root@test:~# nslookup (press ENTER)
> set type=srv (press ENTER)
> _autodiscover._tcp.mydomain.com (press ENTER)

(See the output similar to below )


Non-authoritative answer:
_autodiscover._tcp.mydomain.com        service = 10 10 443 autodiscover.mydomain1.com.

Authoritative answers can be found from:
autodiscover.mydomain.com   internet address = 1.2.3.4(IP)

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