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Tom_me_dupe

Need to create a filter with cc and bcc fields.

I found out that if a mail is sent to me as cc or bcc, and my filter is filtering on to:, it does not get the proper label from the filter.
 
I can write the logic as a search, and all the conversations i want are found, but the filter dialog, with all the fields separated out, does not let you simply write the same logic that would go in the search. Is there any way to simply use the same text that works in search, and paste it in to make a FILTER? (Some text box hidden somewhere, say?).
 
If the answer to the above is no, can somebody tell me exactly what to put in each field of the FILTER dialog, to get the following as a filter:
to:x...@xxx.com OR cc:x...@xxx.com OR bcc:x...@xxx.com.
 
Thanks!
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