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Send an email based on a received email, but with all gif and png images stripped from this.

Hi all,


I am new to Flow and trying to see if its possible to do what I would like it to do. Seems pretty neat so far. I could convert the body of the email to text and resend that, but it doesn't look as nice. I would like to instead just resend an email but strip out all png and gif files / url's in the new email.


Is anyone willing to help me out on this one or throw some other ideas at me?



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Hi @coop970,


Could you please share a screenshot of your flow's configuration?

Could you please give me an sample of your received email which contains gif and png files/urls?

Further, where do the png and gif files stay? Included as Attachments file of the email or included in body of the email?


If you could provide more details about your scenario, we would provide a proper workaround for you.


Best regards,


Community Support Team _ Kris Dai
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Hi Thankyou fo rhte response!


Right now its just set to get email, convert HTML to TEXT and Send Email back out again.


Doing this prevent users from "opening" the gif image when received in outlook, becuse its received as a TEXT email instead of HTML.


However it would be nice if I could just Get the email, remove all "http://*.*/*.gif" objects from the email, then resend it.


Would this be possible you think? I am not at all confident with programming or experienced wtih Flow, though it seems like a cool product that we could use more if I can get better with it.

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