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mrjarbenne
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Identifying Calendar Invite by Organizer Not Returning True

I'm creating a flow that looks at new calendar event invites, and based on a condition of the Organizer, moves the event from the users main calendar to an additional exchange calendar. The Organizer "contains" logic is returning false even though it should be true, which then stops the flow from moving further.

 

Here's the flow logic:

 

Image of the flow, showing the organizer conditionImage of the flow, showing the organizer condition

 

And yet, this calendar invite is returning false when I look at the Flow history:

 

Image of the email calendar invite, with the sender revealedImage of the email calendar invite, with the sender revealed

 

It looks to me from the docs that Organizer should be looking at both the name and the email address. In this particular case I'm using "contains" instead of "is equal to" because I"m trying to move all the events created in various Microsoft Teams created by the SDS (Student Data Sync) tool, but keep other invites in my own calendar. The one thing all these SDS teams have in common is the prepended "Section_" identifier.

 

Thanks for any additional assistance you can offer.

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v-bacao-msft
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Hi @mrjarbenne ,

 

You could expand the body of the trigger to check the value of the organizer or you could use the Compose to output organizer.

 

Best Regards,

Community Support Team _ Barry
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edgonzales
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@mrjarbenne 

Hi there.  So, if you look at the past runs, can you see what information is coming through as the organizer?  I'm wondering if it's looking for the GUID (unique identifier) rather than a name or email.

 

Take a look at the past runs and let us know what you see.

-Ed

 

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v-bacao-msft
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Community Support

 

Hi @mrjarbenne ,

 

You could expand the body of the trigger to check the value of the organizer or you could use the Compose to output organizer.

 

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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