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dtkdanwork
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Can't connect to Outlook within flow step in mobile app (Android)

Hello,

I almost posted this in the Mobile category, but I think there's a chance it may not be a mobile-specific issue and more related to general functionality.

I just got the Microsoft Flow app for Android (7.0 on Galaxy S6). I logged into the app with a brand new Outlook account I intend to use solely for this app, which seemed to work fine.

Then I try to create a flow with a trigger of Office 365 Outlook -> When a new email arrives. This comes up as a button to "Sign in" to Office 365 Outlook, which I tap and then log into the new outlook email I made.

But instead of looking all logged-in like it should, I get this message:

Cannot set property message of [object Object] which has only a getter

...which appears at the top of the step above the "Sign in" button.

And I try and try again and even with a different (and older) outlook account it doesn't work. It won't let me proceed with making any step involving Outlook because of this.

Anyone know what it could be?
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Pstork1
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When you say a new Outlook account do you mean a new Outlook.com account or an Exchange Online email account for an office 365 tenant?  There are different connectors for Office 365 outlook vs outlook.com.  Make sure you are using the one that matches the email.



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Pstork1
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When you say a new Outlook account do you mean a new Outlook.com account or an Exchange Online email account for an office 365 tenant?  There are different connectors for Office 365 outlook vs outlook.com.  Make sure you are using the one that matches the email.



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Thank you, that was it. I forgot there was a difference between the two, and I was using the Office 365 connector in another flow to send an email from my work account so that's probably why I got it confused.

Thanks again!

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