Mappings file reference sequence

Does anyone tell me in which order iMS refers the mappings file "mapping table"?
What I expect here is the sequence iMS refers on PORT_ACCESS, INTERNAL_IP, ORIG_MAIL_ACCESS, ORIG_SEND_ACCESS, SEND_ACCESS, etc....
I noticed it is not refer as in the order given in mappings file.

In that case, could you kindly tell me how I can allow one "source from addr" come from "particular IP" (orig_mail_access), while others hit default entry listed in "orig_send_access".
Actually, I have configure SMTP AUTH and anybody not authenticated hits an entry (tcp_local|*|tcp_local|* $N$D30|Relaying$ not$ allowed) in ORIG_SEND_ACCESS. I wanna config one administrative "from addr" come from another server to allow relaying without authentication.

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