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FoDelement
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Send email from Microsoft@Powerapps.com

Hello All,

 

I have an app using the Office365Outlook.SendEmailV2 function. Is it possible to have this email come from the  Microsoft@Powerapps.com email address, without using PowerAutomate? (Like the flow does)

Office365Outlook.SendEmailV2(
User().Email,
"TEST",
"TEST",
{From: "Microsoft@Powerapps.com"}
)

 

I tried this, but get 

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Thank you,

EDIT: The answer was to use the "Mail" connector. 🙂


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FoDelement
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The answer was to use the "Mail" connector.

(sorry to double post, only way I could mark it as the answer)

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FoDelement
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The answer was to use the "Mail" connector.

(sorry to double post, only way I could mark it as the answer)

rohsh354
Community Support
Community Support

Hello,

 

I wanted to add a point. While mail connector can serve the purpose, this connector has certain limits https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/connectors/sendmail/#throttling-limits

 

 

Name Calls Renewal Period
API calls per connection 100 24 hours

 

This means that only 100 emails can be sent per day.

 

I would suggest using Office 365 Outlook connector instead. If you want Power automate to send email on behalf of some other user, then you can create a shared mailbox in your tenant and use that email address in "FROM" field.

 

Hope this helps !

 

 

 

 

FoDelement
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Continued Contributor

Hello,

I specifically want to avoid using Flow, however, I see the limit applies to both applications.

I guess I could use a service account I have. 😞

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