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mbpeirce
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Mail subject filter OR

Hi. I want to be able to trigger the saving of attachments from an email if the subject contains 'Invoice' OR 'Bill'. I have searched but cannot find the syntax for this anywhere? Is it possible? 

 

I have the flow working with just the word "Invoice" but I need to specify other keywords as well 

 

It must be simple!

 

Thanks

 

Martin

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Anonymous
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  1. You'll have to insert a 'Conditional' step. Setup your conditional to "find" one of the search words you're looking for, "invoice," for example. I know you stated you are looking for "bill" as well. You're simply going to leverage the auto-generated syntax of this conditional.
  2. You'll have to modify the syntax. Click the link that says, "Edit in Advanced Mode.'
    1. It should read as '@contains(...'
  3. Select that entire text generated and copy it to clipboard.
  4. Navigate to the beginning of the statement and start typing in the function @or(...)
  5. Paste the copied text (the auto-generated 'contains' function) into the wrapper of the '@or(),'
    1. Make sure to remove the '@' symbol from the '@contains' portion inside the '@or.'
    2. Adjust your search word in that function as necessary
  6. Repeat step 5 for as many words as you need the flow to search for

At the end your text should appear somewhat like the below:

@or(contains(items('Loop_through_Email_Attachments')?['ContentType'], 'officedocument'), contains(items('Loop_through_Email_Attachments')?['ContentType'], 'excel'))

 

The red text is part of the auto-generated text referenced in step 2. the blue text is the search key you're looking for.

v-micsh-msft
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Community Support

Hi @mbpeirce,

 

Do you need any further help on this topic?

 

Regards,

Michael

Community Support Team _ Michael Shao
If this post helps, then please consider Accept it as the solution to help the other members find it more quickly.

Very helpfull, Thank you!

GabrielStJohn
Microsoft
Microsoft

Hello, @mbpeirce!

 

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-Gabriel

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