My organisation as recently changed it's email domain name and this seems to have affected one of the PowerApps that our HR department use.
Part of the security only the Line manager can submit a request for a changes to one of the staff members contract. (Hours, pay, promotion, etc.) Part of the logic uses the Office365User connector and if the name and email match that of the managers name, email then they can submit a form. If it doesn't an error message appears stating that you cannot submit the request.
Checked our SAP and Azure AD and the emails for all employees are displaying the new domain name
Since the change this error message is appearing for when the manager is the manager for the selected staff member??
The strange think is it's not happening for everyone, but can't find a discrepancy between them?
I've removed the Office365User and Office365Outlook connector and re-connected them hoping this will push the changes through.
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Hi @ClarkyPA365 ,
Assuming _UserEmail is a global variable, you can also include Lower() when setting the value:
Like this you don't have to include the Lower() function when referencing the variabele.
So if changed in the one place, Global Variable it will filter through the app so don't need to change or scroll through the app to add this in??
Sorry just need to change it here
or in the App Onselect also??
Hi @ClarkyPA365 ,
I see there are three places where you defin the varialbe, so you have to adjust all three.
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