I would like to set up a flow to auto-archive my email once per day. I would like it to only archive items that have been read and are not flagged. I also want to archive items based on year - 2019 in separate folder from 2020 etc.
I set up a Recurrence but am running into problems trying to use a flag status as a condition and I'm not sure if I am doing the Received Date and Time correctly. Does anyone already have something like this going? (I can't use the auto-archive feature of Outlook because I'm on an exchange server)
I just tested your parameters and there a few limitations that seem to be popping up.
First, you are limited to only retrieving up to 25 emails at a time using the "Get Emails" action under "Office 365".
Second, I was able to retrieve emails user the "Search Query" of "received:this year" to pull the current year's emails. But, again, limited to 25 emails as a max.
Third, I noticed that the Flag status doesn't seem to be supported in the "Search Query". I was using the query of "followupflag:unflagged".
Yes, I know I'm limited to 25 which is unfortunate. I figure if I can overcome the flag status problem then I could have the flow run multiple times each night.
Is there a better way to do this than using Flow? I just can't figure out how to make the flag status a supported function in there.
I know this is off-topic, but have you looked into Office 365/Exchange policies to govern archiving of emails?
Also, I know you can set up your local Outlook with auto-archive rules: https://support.office.com/en-us/article/archive-older-items-automatically-25f44f07-9b80-4107-841c-4...
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