Mappings file

Is some one can give me some explanation on the line
tcp_*|*|ims-ms|* $N find in the ORIG_SEND_ACCESS prt of the mappings table?
If we look at the log file we can see this:
17-Feb-2005 15:39:01.51 tcp_intranet ims-ms E 1 [email protected] rfc822;[email protected] test1%[email protected]
But the meaning of the rule is any mail coming from a tcp_* chanel and route to the ims-ms chanel must be discard so how the mail can be delivered?
Thanks in advance

Hi,
The version is:
Sun ONE Messaging Server 6.0 HotFix 1.04 (built Jun 3 2004)
libimta.so 6.0 HotFix 1.04 (built 13:20:57, Jun 3 2004)
The mappings content is:
! MTA mappings file
! for access control and other table lookups
PORT_ACCESS
*|*|*|*|* $C$|INTERNAL_IP;$3|$Y$E
* $YEXTERNAL
INTERNAL_IP
$(151.90.252.94/24) $Y
127.0.0.1 $Y
* $Y
! * $N
ORIG_SEND_ACCESS
tcp_local|*|tcp_local|* $N$D30|Relaying$ not$ allowed
tcp_*|*|native|* $N
tcp_*|*|hold|* $N
tcp_*|*|pipe|* $N
tcp_*|*|ims-ms|* $N
! Block "external" submissions of explicitly source-routed "internal" addresses
tcp_local|*|tcp_intranet|@*:*.* $N$D30|Explicit$ routing$ not$ allowed
tcp_local|*|tcp_intranet|*$%*@* $N$D30|Explicit$ routing$ not$ allowed
tcp_local|*|tcp_intranet|*.*!*@* $N$D30|Explicit$ routing$ not$ allowed
tcp_local|*|tcp_intranet|"*@*"@* $N$D30|Explicit$ routing$ not$ allowed
SEND_ACCESS
tcp_*|*|*|*@[127.*] $X5.1.2|$NBad$ destination$ system
tcp_*|*|*|*@localhost.* $X5.1.2|$NBad$ destination$ system
tcp_*|*|*|*@example.com $X5.1.2|$NBad$ destination$ system
tcp_*|*|*|*@example.net $X5.1.2|$NBad$ destination$ system
tcp_*|*|*|*@example.org $X5.1.2|$NBad$ destination$ system
tcp_*|*|*|*@*.test $X5.1.2|$NBad$ destination$ system
tcp_*|*|*|*@*.example $X5.1.2|$NBad$ destination$ system
tcp_*|*|*|*@*.invalid $X5.1.2|$NBad$ destination$ system
tcp_*|*|*|*@*.localhost $X5.1.2|$NBad$ destination$ system
<IMTA_TABLE:mappings.locale

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