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Responsive Resident
Responsive Resident

Moving attachment and other responses from MS Forms to Outlook for Approval before moving it to SharePoint List

I once got this error "AttachmentContentNotValidBase64String"

 

I am moving form responses along with attachment to SP list through automate.

After user submits responses on MS form- user gets a confirmation email. Then- i update data on SP list. After that an email for approval goes out to manager

 

Once the approval/ rejection is done- the email is sent/ back to the user- the SP list is updated with approval status.

The error is that i want the attachment that user attached initially in the form to flow through Outlook for approval and then finally to SP list. But even before it reaches the approver- it throws this error.

Can somebody please help @abm 

 

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Super User III
Super User III

Hi @GauravG 

 

 

This is working for me. 

 

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Here is my approval email

 

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Super User III
Super User III

Hi @GauravG 

 

 

This is working for me. 

 

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Here is my approval email

 

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