Msg#: 3491283 posted 12:46 pm on Oct 30, 2007 (gmt 0)
The format you show above is not supported by robots.txt. Records in robots.txt specify only local URL-paths, and including the protocol and domain is not supported.
The correct solution to this problem is to use a 301-Moved Permanently redirect to redirect all non-canonical domain variations to the single canonical domain. This is a popular subject, and searches on WebmasterWorld for "domain canonicalization," "canonical domain," and "www non-www domain" will turn up hundreds of threads with discussion and code examples.
Leaving your site as it is now will result in PageRank and link-popularity being 'split' across the multiple domain variants -- in effect, making your site compete against itself in the search results. Attempts to promote more than one domain may even result in search engine duplicate-content penalties -- if the promotion is too heavy or the domains too numerous.