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Below is a rule for IE Zonemapping criteria:
http://contoso.*.com

Notice the dot after every * from the xample.

My question is,  can I use wild cards like this http://contoso*.com without the dot?

More rules from M$
Examples of invalid values:

192.168.*
http://* 
http://contoso.*.com

Examples of valid values:

www.contoso.com 
http://*.contoso.com 
*://*.contoso.com
http://*.contoso.co.uk 
192.168.*.*


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No you can't it will not work.
You have to add each dns name in the zone separatly:
http://*.contoso.com
http://*.contoso-us.com
http://*.contoso-eu.com
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