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What's the simplest ways to fetch a csv file from email and send to SQL Server?

I want to do outlook -> sql server 

or outlook -> csv file attachment -> sql server

or outlook -> csv file attachment -> excel file conversion -> sql server 

 

ultimately just want the email attachment (a small csv file) inserted into a table I specify.

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Hi @PowerAppsUser32 , 

 

Please refer to the screenshot below. You can directly add the attachment to the SQL column (provided it is of the correct type. I have used "varbinary(max)" in this case)

emailSql.png

Hope This Helps!

 

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