I am trying to send an email notification when new item is created in sharepoint list. But in "Send mail" Action, I am getting "User account does not exist" Issue .
I have tried the same with different templates "Send Customized mail when new item is added","when an item is modifie send an email", I could n't able to send mail even after giving mail id hard coded.
while creating the flow from sharepoint list i have seen below error for outlook email id :
"Please check your account info and/or permissions and try again. Details: REST API is not yet supported for this mailbox"
please help me to resolve the issue.
Thanks in advance.
This should be caused by your mailbox has not been enabled for the outlook REST API.
Because enabling mailboxes on Outlook.com for the Outlook REST API happens over a period of time, your existing Outlook.com account may take a while to get enabled. To test your app accessing data on Outlook.com mailboxes that have already been enabled, you can request a new, enabled Outlook.com developer preview account by emailing email@example.com.
If your app accesses Outlook.com mailbox data, it should handle scenarios where the user's mailbox has not yet been enabled for the Outlook REST API. In such situations, when you make a REST request, you would get an error like the following:
More information, please check:
I tried to email firstname.lastname@example.org. But it is showing error - "recipient's email address isn't listed in the domain's directory".
Could you please confirm if the email address provided is correct.
That is because you used your domain Email account (Exchange).
And this is not supported by Office 365 Outlook Connector.
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