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Error 404 in Create File in OneDrive for Business



I have a flow that retrieves the attachments from emails I receive in Outlook and uploads them to OneDrive under a dinamic folder. The flow was working just fine but sometimes it returns the error 403 (see image below).


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Even after receiving this message, when I look at my OneDrive, all the files were uploaded without any problems.


Any ideas?


Best regards,

Super User II
Super User II

If you could provide an expanded screenshot of your Flow and steps, and of any detailed error messages you're receiving we could likely better assist you.

Also, note that the OneDrive connectors have a maximum of 100 API calls per 60 seconds, so the design of your Flow and/or the number of riles and emails you have may be causing issues with the API limits. 

If you have a high volume of emails and/or a high number of files or your Flow runs nearly non-stop, you may want to consider moving to a SharePoint document library. The SharePoint connector has a maximum of 600 API calls per 60 seconds so it is meant for much higher volume than OneDrive. 

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