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Not able to use Office365.SendEmail() method inside canvas app

I don't have an idea about why the method Office365.SendEmail() is not supported in my PowerApps canvas app as in the below image.

SendEmailError.png

Please let me know if this is related to PowerApps licensing? Or due to any other reason.

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CarlosFigueira
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To use the functions in the Office365 connector, you need to add it as a data source - take a look at the screen capture below for how to do that:

Office365Connector.gif

You can find more information about connectors in this link.

Hope this helps!

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CarlosFigueira
Power Apps
Power Apps

To use the functions in the Office365 connector, you need to add it as a data source - take a look at the screen capture below for how to do that:

Office365Connector.gif

You can find more information about connectors in this link.

Hope this helps!

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Anonymous
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Thanks for your reply.

It's working like a charm now after using "Office365 Outlook" connector.

I was using the "Outlook.com" connector previously. So, it wasn't working.

You can also use the Outlook.com connector if you want to use a non-Office365 account (i.e., a free @hotmail.com or @outlook.com address). You'll just need to update the expression to use it:

'Outlook.com'.SendEmail("james@academy.com", "Send email from PowerApps", "Happy Birthday Wishes!!!")

Also try using OfficeOutlook365.SendEmail(To, Subject, Body), this worked for me.

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