Announcing Toolkit by Zoho Mail: the complete tool for all your lookup queries

If you're an admin or even a user, you've probably had to perform lookup operations at some point. These might range from DNS lookup operations to simple IP lookups or port checks. Wouldn't it be nice to find all these options in one place instead of having to switch between multiple services? Good news: we at Zoho Mail built the Toolkit to help you with just that.

Toolkit for lookup queries

Toolkit by Zoho Mail is a completely free, comprehensive service that can be used to troubleshoot or solve email-related issues, such as retrieving domain information, looking up registry details, performing port and IP checks, and running DNS record checks. Better still, Toolkit can be used by anybody on the internet, not just Zoho account holders.

How can I use Toolkit?

Toolkit has something for everyone! From performing MX lookup to looking up other DNS records like CNAME, A or AAAA, we've got you covered. Here's how you can make the most of it for your organization or even for yourself.

Look up domain details

Toolkit offers several domain-related lookup options. Just by entering the name of any domain, you can view all DNS records associated with it. You can even check whether the basic domain configurations that ensure security and email deliverability—such as MX, SPF, and DKIM—have been done.

You can also view registry details and other information like renewal date using Toolkit.

Analyze message headers

While some email solutions like Zoho Mail provide built-in header analyzers, some do not. But if you get an email that you think is suspicious, don't worry. Once you provide the header details of an email, Toolkit can give you the exact information you need to verify its authenticity.

Perform IP-based lookups

If you want to find out if there is a domain hosted from a specific IP address, Toolkit's reverse IP lookup tool can help. Enter the relevant IP address and Toolkit will find any associated domains.

Check for open ports and encode/decode URLs

Look for any open ports for a specific host using the Port Check option.

You can encode or decode URLs or text to ensure it's encrypted before sending it out. Pick from the available encode or decode options, and you're all set to go!

These are just some of the options Toolkit provides to simplify email-related troubleshooting.

While we keep working to enrich Toolkit with more features, start using Toolkit by Zoho Mail and find all the necessary instructions on the Toolkit help page. Do leave your feedback and suggestions as comments below!


11 Replies to Announcing Toolkit by Zoho Mail: the complete tool for all your lookup queries

    1. Hello Karla, Thank you for writing to us. If you are using a custom domain-based account, please check if your account's MX Records are pointed to Zoho's servers, using our https://zohomail.too ls" rel="nofollow ugc">Toolkit. If your MX Records are not pointed to Zoho, follow the instructions on this" target="_blank" title="">this">">this help page. If the issue still persists, write an email to support(at)zohomail(dot)com and we'll sort it out for you.

    1. Hi Mehul, We are sorry to inform you that we do not support multiple accounts on mobile devices as of now. You will have to log out of the current account and sign in to use the other accounts. Thanks for understanding.

  1. Good afternoon. Please inform. I already have a zoho email on one domain and would like to register another domain, but with the same cell phone. How to make? I look forward and thank you

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