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Rfla
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REST API is not yet supported for this mailbox

Trying to use a shared mailbox and getting this message. Any suggestions ?

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Rfla
Level 10

Re: REST API is not yet supported for this mailbox

Hi @arbangara99, we tested with a shared mailbox that did not have the correct license. When IT added the correct license it worked for me.

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Microsoft telu
Microsoft

Re: REST API is not yet supported for this mailbox

Is it outlook or office 365 mail?

 

Thanks,

Teng

Rfla
Level 10

Re: REST API is not yet supported for this mailbox

Office 365 user/mail

Microsoft telu
Microsoft

Re: REST API is not yet supported for this mailbox

It should be supported, do you see this in creating the flow? Is the email a trigger or action? I just created a flow with Office 365-on new email, It works for me, could you give me the detail error message or screenshot for that?

Thank you.

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arbangara99
Level: Powered On

Re: REST API is not yet supported for this mailbox

How did your esolve this issue? I am having the same problem?

Rfla
Level 10

Re: REST API is not yet supported for this mailbox

Hi @arbangara99, we tested with a shared mailbox that did not have the correct license. When IT added the correct license it worked for me.

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Serge_de_Klerk
Level: Power Up

Re: REST API is not yet supported for this mailbox

Hi @Rfla,

 

do you happen to know what license was assigned? I have the same error message whit a flow that we've created which sends out an email as soon as a doc is created in a SharePoint library.

The flow errors out with message "REST API is not yet supported for this mailbox license". The user is an Office 365 user with a Business Essentials license.

 

Cheers,

Serge

bg-btgrp
Level: Power Up

Re: REST API is not yet supported for this mailbox

Serge,

I know this has been a minute since you asked the question but I figured if you hadn't gotten an answer yet maybe you still needed it.

 

I believe the user in question would need a license that includes SharePoint and maybe Exchange depending on how you trigger the mail send. I don't believe the Business Essentials license includes either of those.

 

I hit a similar issue with wanting to build a Flow based on a shared mailbox recieving messages and I'm pretty sure it needs at the very least an Exchange Plan 1 license in order for me to tag into it and monitor that box. I'm wrong please someone let me know.

 

Thanks,

Brian

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