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PowerSäm
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Enter two mail adresses as recipient with Outlook.SendEmail - Possible?

Hi all,

I want to send a mail from PowerApps using Office365Outlook.SendEmailV2(). I have also written everything correctly and everything works. But now I want to insert two recipient means two user must get this mail, how can I specify this correctly?


I entered it like this but it seems not to work, what do I have to change? (See image below)

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Thanks in advance!

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VaidasG
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Resolver I

hi @PowerSäm 

 

try separating recipient list using ";" instead of "&"

 

Regards

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Kosenurm
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Separate the recipient list within the same "" using ";".

 

K.

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VaidasG
Resolver I
Resolver I

hi @PowerSäm 

 

try separating recipient list using ";" instead of "&"

 

Regards

Kosenurm
Super User
Super User

Separate the recipient list within the same "" using ";".

 

K.

PowerSäm
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Thank you so much @Kosenurm and @VaidasG.

This is what I'm searching for. It works, thanks!

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