So I've set up a flow to create a Task in Planner whenever I flag an email, and it was working over the weekend, if a little sporadically.
However, now it's just fallen completely on its face. I've not changed anything, but it seems like the initial connector is failing:
Can anyone shed some light on this?
Please try to recreate the Office 365 Outlook connection to see if it will work. You may also consider recreating the flow.
I have created a simple flow on my side to test this issue. The flow works without issues.
Do you have any special settings on the trigger “When an email is flagged”?
I have a similar problem.
I have a Flow that is triggered when an email in my inbox is flagged.
I often receive several emails that I want to process using this flow.
When I flag the first email in my inbox the flow triggers and then runs with no errors.
When I flag the second email in my inbox the flow does not run and there is no error message.
The emails are sent via a distribution list from different senders and can be received at any time during the day.
I have tried clearing the flag and the setting the flag again and it will not run.
What I end up having to do to run the flow on the second email is to clear the flag, turn the flow off and then turn it back on again. I can then set the flag again and it will run.
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I had a "From" filter on the trigger. I have removed it and so far it seems to work reliably.
I'm not sure if any limits have been exceeded but I assume if a tigger limit has been exceeded I would get some sort of alert or warning.
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