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BrianS
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Send email fails with multiple addresses

I have a powerapp that uses the Office365Outlook.SendEmailV2. I have put in multiple addresses which are recognized by the help in the formula bar. The emails are not sent. If I take out the extra recipients, the email goes out as it should.

Is this a known bug or unsupported?

Here is the code that does not work:

Office365Outlook.SendEmailV2(var_TechEmail; var_AccessEmail; var_AccountEmail; var_FleetEmail, ...
The variables do evaluate correctly and when I reduce the number to one the email is sent.
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RandyHayes
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@BrianS 

You need to supply them as a complete string in the first parameter.  Consider the following:

Office365Outlook.SendEmailV2(var_TechEmail & "; " & var_AccessEmail & "; " & var_AccountEmail & "; " & var_FleetEmail, ...

 

Not that you have to supply them all as the first parameter.  In the above, the var's you have are now all concatenated together into an appropriate string for the function.

 

I hope this is helpful for you.

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RandyHayes
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@BrianS 

You need to supply them as a complete string in the first parameter.  Consider the following:

Office365Outlook.SendEmailV2(var_TechEmail & "; " & var_AccessEmail & "; " & var_AccountEmail & "; " & var_FleetEmail, ...

 

Not that you have to supply them all as the first parameter.  In the above, the var's you have are now all concatenated together into an appropriate string for the function.

 

I hope this is helpful for you.

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I guess that makes sense - it was not throwing an error and reported the correct info in the "help" bar 

RandyHayes
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@BrianS 

Well, since the variables are just variables, the formula editor would have just thought that your recipients, subject, body and options were what your variables would have contained - which they wouldn't have.

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