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natmaxex
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Mail.SendEmailV3 reply to email and set sender email

I want to be able to reply to the emails I send from my Power App and set where they are being sent from using Mail.SendEmailV3 and I cant use Office365.SendEmail because I don't have an Office365 Outlook license.

 

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unfortunately because of how the company outlook server was setup, moving to outlook online wold me losing important emails and causing other embedded complications. I am going to have the technical support give me SMTP (https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/connectors/smtp/) access instead.

 

the solution for all this has been to use the Mail Datasource

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Mail.SendEmailV3("Email@Company.com","Title","body",false)
//"body" can be HtmlText.HtmlText or "<p>body</p>" just make sure to change false to true for html

 

This is a temporary fix and i hope to change this to something that can communicate with server-side in the future.

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mdevaney
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@natmaxex 

Wouldn't the solution here be to simply purchase an Office 365 license including Outlook?

 

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v-yutliu-msft
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Hi @natmaxex ,

Do you want to send/reply email in powerapps?

If so, I'm afraid you need office365 outlook connector.

Or else, it is not possible to send email in powerapps.

 

Firstly, let me talk about license.

Could you tell me what is your license?

Actually, office365 outlook is a standard connector, which does not need a premium license.

So I believe almost all the people could use this connector.

You only need a basic license, like office365 license including powerapps or dynamic 365 license including powerapps.

Here's a doc about license for your reference:

https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/power-platform/admin/pricing-billing-skus

 

Secondly, could you describe more clearly about the feather that you want?
If you want to gat the Message Id, you could use GetEmailsV3 function.

Then you could reply to this email by using ReplyToV3 function.

I've made a similar test for your reference:

1)insert a gallery to display all the emails that you receive

set the gallery's Items:

Office365Outlook.GetEmailsV3().value

2)send reply to the mail that you select in the gallery:

Office365Outlook.ReplyToV3(Gallery6.Selected.id,{...})

Enter other information of the email in the {...} part.

 

Here's a doc about this connector for your reference:
https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/connectors/office365/#get-emails-(v3)

 

 

Best regards,

 

Community Support Team _ Phoebe Liu
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unfortunately because of how the company outlook server was setup, moving to outlook online wold me losing important emails and causing other embedded complications. I am going to have the technical support give me SMTP (https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/connectors/smtp/) access instead.

 

the solution for all this has been to use the Mail Datasource

mail.PNG

And

Mail.SendEmailV3("Email@Company.com","Title","body",false)
//"body" can be HtmlText.HtmlText or "<p>body</p>" just make sure to change false to true for html

 

This is a temporary fix and i hope to change this to something that can communicate with server-side in the future.

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Do you know the format/syntax for the file attachment for SendMailV3? . It is lookimg for it as a blob type?

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