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Add attachments to SharePoint list - Save Conflict



I'm currently trying to create a flow which will pickup all emails arriving to a inbox and adding the subject, content and attachments to a SharePoint List. I have attached an image of the Flow below:



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The Flow goes through successfully and it saves all the information in the SharePoint list but I keep receiving the following error message : 


Save Conflict.

Your changes conflict with those made concurrently by another user. If you want your changes to be applied, click Back in your Web browser, refresh the page, and resubmit your changes.
clientRequestId: c4d080f5-d469-4664-ba79-3f0f9ac0d820
serviceRequestId: 2698689f-f028-9000-6529-f3eb28ef18c2



Please could somebody advise on anyway to optimise the Microsoft Flow ?


Could the problem come from the "Apply to each" action? Should I be using another identifier?



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Can you check why you are duplicating this property in the File Content?




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Thank you for getting back to me.


The formulas highlighted by you are not duplicates ( first one represents Attachments Content and second one is Attachments Content - Type)


So it will take Attachment contents and save it as the relevant content type. (example "TEST.PDF").


Sorry for not explaining from the beginning.


Thank you.


MMakes sense but I believe the content type should be added to File Name Property and not the File Content

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Hello @Mira_Ghaly ,


That's what I initially thought as well - but Microsoft flow gave me an invalid error when I tried putting the content type at the of the file name - it only works after the file content.

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