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Accessing modified occurrence of a recurring events in a calendar

I have a flow that is meant to run on a set schedule and send an email once any calendar event (from an office 365 calendar) has started, but only if the calendar event does not have a specific required attendee (let's say Bob). In the event of a recurring calendar event, suppose a series was created and Bob was not a required attendee for the series.  If nothing else changes, the flow will send an email once the first occurence of the series starts. But if the first occurence (ie. NOT the series itself) is modified and "Bob" is added as a required attendee, then I do not want to send the email for that occurence of the event.... but once the second, unmodified, occurence starts, I do want to send the email as Bob is not a required attendee on that second occurence.

 

When I create a flow for this and it gets events (using "Get events (V2)"), it never gets the modified occurence (ie. the one with Bob added), and it only ever picks up the original event from the series (without Bob)... so it will always send the email. How can I make the flow recognize and act on the occurences that have been modified instead of the original event as it exists in the series?

 

Thanks!

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