While your answer will depend on the type of attachment, I don't know how you could do this in a Flow - at least without some type of 3rd party (paid and premium) connector. I suggest, as an alternative, save the attachments to a SharePoint library, share them with the designated people, and send a link to the document. This is pretty easy to do in Flow.
It is an excel attachment.
You could read in the Excel file row by row and cell by cell...…. I would not suggest this.
You are better off saving to SharePoint and sending a link.
Hi @Shaf ,
Do you want to send the email attachment content in a new email?
If yes, I'm afraid that there is no any easy way to achieve it in Microsoft flow currently.
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