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Helper I
Helper I

Help! Office365Outlook.SendEmail from Person or Group

Hi, 

 

So I have a Person or Group field in a SharePoint List and a form on a PowerApp. I have a button in the PowerApp that says:

 

Office365Outlook.SendEmail(DataCardValue31.Selected.Email,"Subject", "Body")

 

Simple. Works fine, however, when I select more than one person from the Person or Group field, it only sends it to one email address. I need the email to be sent to all the people I select in this field. 

 

Any help would be appreciated. 

 

 

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Hi @Enriquitio ,

If the output of DataCardValue31 was DataCardValue31.Selected.EMailAddress then

Office365Outlook.SendEmail(
   Concat(
      DataCardValue31.SelectedItems,
      EmailAddress & "; "
   ), 
   "Title goes here",
   "Body goes here"
)

would work. You need to look at the Items of DataCardValue31 to see the field name you need to use. All am doing here is putting a semi-colon ; between the addresses selected (as required by Outlook for sending multiple addresses).

 

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Super User III
Super User III

Hi @Enriquitio ,

If you had a combo box to select the email addresses, then you could use the Concat function

Concat(YourComboBoxName.SelectedItems, xxxx & "; ")

where xxxx is Value/Result/Field Name depending on the choices structure and then use the output of this in the To field.

Happy to elaborate further.

 

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OK thanks,

 

I am using the Person or Group column though in my SharePoint List not a choice. I want it so users can access to colleagues within the business? 

 

See attached. 

 

Thanks,

Harry

Would this work then? 

 

Office365Outlook.SendEmail(Concat(DataCardValue31.SelectedItems),"Test", "Test ")

Hi @Enriquitio ,

If the output of DataCardValue31 was DataCardValue31.Selected.EMailAddress then

Office365Outlook.SendEmail(
   Concat(
      DataCardValue31.SelectedItems,
      EmailAddress & "; "
   ), 
   "Title goes here",
   "Body goes here"
)

would work. You need to look at the Items of DataCardValue31 to see the field name you need to use. All am doing here is putting a semi-colon ; between the addresses selected (as required by Outlook for sending multiple addresses).

 

Please click Accept as solution if my post helped you solve your issue. This will help others find it more readily. It also closes the item. If the content was useful in other ways, please consider giving it Thumbs Up.

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Thanks @WarrenBelz

 

What you send didn't work but this did: 

 

Office365Outlook.SendEmail(
Concat(
DataCardValue31.SelectedItems, Email & "; "
),
"Test",
"Test"
)

 

Thanks,

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