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Find data in a spreadsheet and populating "to" and "cc" fields in an Outlook email

I am looking to use information pulled from a Microsoft Form to auto populate the "to" and "cc" fields in an auto generated email that will be sent to multiple people. The information pulled from the form will be a users name and I want it to pull their email address and their managers email address from a single spreadsheet located in my  OneDrive. All of this information is stored on the same row in the spreadsheet. Is this possible? 

 

Thanks,

Gabe

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Re: Find data in a spreadsheet and populating "to" and "cc" fields in an Outlook email

Hi @gabebierman ,

 

Do you want to find the information of the corresponding row in Excel table by the name submitted by the user in MS Forms?

If so, you could try the following method.

Prerequisites:

1. Spreadsheet has defined the Excel table.

2. The username has a unique value so that it can be used as key column to get the value of the corresponding row.

 

  • Use the username submitted in MS Forms as the key value.
  • Configure Get a row to get the information of the corresponding row, and then configure the content in email action.

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Hope it helps.

 

Edit: The actions in Excel Online(Business)and Excel Online (OneDrive) are basically the same. You could select the same action in Excel Online (OneDrive) when configuring.

 

Best Regards,

Community Support Team _ Barry
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Community Support Team
Community Support Team

Re: Find data in a spreadsheet and populating "to" and "cc" fields in an Outlook email

Hi @gabebierman ,

 

Do you want to find the information of the corresponding row in Excel table by the name submitted by the user in MS Forms?

If so, you could try the following method.

Prerequisites:

1. Spreadsheet has defined the Excel table.

2. The username has a unique value so that it can be used as key column to get the value of the corresponding row.

 

  • Use the username submitted in MS Forms as the key value.
  • Configure Get a row to get the information of the corresponding row, and then configure the content in email action.

Image reference:

5.PNG

Hope it helps.

 

Edit: The actions in Excel Online(Business)and Excel Online (OneDrive) are basically the same. You could select the same action in Excel Online (OneDrive) when configuring.

 

Best Regards,

Community Support Team _ Barry
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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