@WarrenBelz I forgot to add and test the button you suggested. I just did and I did get a test email.
The error is from Send Email. See the screenshot below.
I meant the mail using the PowerApps connector
Also in PowerApps, choose View > Data Sources and type Office in the search bar. You should see Office365Outlook.
Choose this and connect.
Then put in a button and put this in the OnSelect (replace with your email address) press it and see if you get the email.
Office365Outlook.SendEmail("youremailaddress","Test Subject","Test Body")
@WarrenBelz Thank you for your suggestion and information. I'll try tomorrow. Thanks a lot for your help! Have a good night!
@WarrenBelz Where is Oz? I made a new Flow and connected to my app, but now I could not use it (see the screenshot below). My script has two arguments (Last(AttachmentControl.Attachments).Name and varBase64only). Should I add Office365Outlook.SendEmail to the script? What argument should I put inside ()?
@WarrenBelz I have found a solution that works for me. I just found out that I can use the following commands (snip below) directly in original script. I must thank you for your suggestion to add Office365Outlook data source and use SendEmail command. This works for me, but it's a little hard to write a long well-formed email. So there are definitely some better solutions. Welcome to post here.
Hi @ppei ,
That was actually my post a couple of items back. You might consider accepting this as a solution.
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