I have an app, I am the owner of the app and I have a flow and I am the owner of the flow.
I have a user who will use the app, that will press a button that will run the flow.
Part of this flow sends an email.
Originally I had this configured to send from a shared mailbox. But I then realised the user won't have permissions to send "on behalf of" this shared mailbox. So it errors.
The alternative is to use a "send an email" action which will send as the user who triggers the flow in powerapps.
However, in some cases I might want to send an email which would have content that I do not want that user to see, therefore sending from their account isn't really an option.
I'm sure this is simple but I just don't understand how I can do this? I basically want a flow to send emails not from me, not from the app user/flow runner, but just from a generic team account. Is this possible?
I have a similar problem. When powerapps triggers a flow with an email, the send as can no longer be a shared mailbox email. Is there a work around to this.
in part I found one that removed the trigger from powerapps to be when a Sharepoint items is created. This meant powerapps triggers the flow by simply adding the new record to SP.
This is fine for creation of new record, but I cannot use the same idea based on modified as it also does create or modified. It would be greate to have a trigger that was simply based when an item is modified as well
I afraid that your requirement couldn't be achieved since the user won't have permissions to send "on behalf of" this shared mailbox.
There may be an effective workaround. I had the same issue but in my case it also took action to update a SharePoint list. So I created another numeric column in the list. So when the power apps ran its action it updates that column with a number . This update triggers the Modify file trigger for a SP list. This flow then does the email and it is OK to use the Shared Mailbox email as it is now a flow trigger by the creator who has teh access.
In my case I had three emails based on particular action, so teh flow column was updated with the num,bner applicable that email.
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