@Mira_Ghaly , my problem is the trigger. If I put the trigger when an email arrives to one of the subfolders in the shared mailbox, it doesn't fire when I just move the old E-mails that are currently in my inbox to that sub-folder. When I send a new E-mail to that shared mailbox and then move to the dedicated sub-folder, then the flow is triggered.
Hi @sat_van, create an instant flow that scans all emails in all folders you need. If your goal is to extract the E-mail addresses one time, I really do not understand why do you want to use an automated (trigger-based) flow.
Hi @sat_van. I guess the trigger is working well, only when an email is received, not moving from one folder to another. I didn't find a trigger for moving emails. But a workaround may be using the trigger "When an email is flagged", and then moving them with a flow, as shown below.
Hope this help!
@DiegoEscobar1 , the E-mails are in the shared mailbox and as far as I can see there is no "flag E-mail" trigger for shared mailbox, only for a personal one.
I was not looking for someone to write an app for me for free. Your answer was vague and unhelpful and I merely wanted you to explain what you mean. Anyway, I think you misunderstood the question. Have a good day.
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