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mfriedenberg
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Don't understand errors using Save email attachment to SharePoint library template

 

I've configured the template Save my email attachments to a SharePoint document library.  I add the site url to where my library is.  It shows my all of the libraries in the site so I know the url is correct.  I then select select the library.  However when I go to save the flow it gives me 2 errors saying that a site address is required and a folder path is required even though they are both configured.  Note that in the screenshot below I grayed out most of the site address for privacy. 

 

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Re: Don't understand errors using Save email attachment to SharePoint library template

Hi @mfriedenberg ,

 

To write the subject of the email to a field in the library, please add the action Update file properties after the action Create file, then select dynamic content from the previous action/trigger for corresponding field.

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Mabel

 

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Re: Don't understand errors using Save email attachment to SharePoint library template

Hi @mfriedenberg ,

 

It seems that you input the Site address by “Enter custom value”.

 

As long as you could select the library, then I assume that the site is correct.

 

Could you then save the flow?

 

Are you able to select the site address by clicking the Drop down button of Site Address?

 

I have made a similar test by configuring the flow likes below, the issue you mentioned didn’t occur.

 

Please check the following screenshot.

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Best regards,

Mabel

 

Community Support Team _ Mabel Mao
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mfriedenberg
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Re: Don't understand errors using Save email attachment to SharePoint library template

It turns out that that when you start the template it creates a no condition which also needs to be configured.  I deleted the No condition and was able to save and run.

One other question:

Is it possible to write to another field in the document library where the attachments are being saved?  I want to write the subject of the email to a field in the library called subject.  How would I do that?

 

Thanks

Community Support Team
Community Support Team

Re: Don't understand errors using Save email attachment to SharePoint library template

Hi @mfriedenberg ,

 

To write the subject of the email to a field in the library, please add the action Update file properties after the action Create file, then select dynamic content from the previous action/trigger for corresponding field.

1.PNG

 

Best regards,

Mabel

 

Community Support Team _ Mabel Mao
If this post helps, then please consider Accept it as the solution to help the other members find it more quickly.

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