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jharville
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"Combo Box" linked to O365 Users & AzureAD not sending email to selected address

I have a combo-box ("testComboBox") that is linked to AzureAD through the connector, which pulls the ID from a group in O365 Users and displays those users only. I have no errors in my code, but the email will not send. 

Office365Outlook.SendEmail(
    testComboBox.Selected.mail,
    varRecord.'Created By'.DisplayName & " Promo Submittal Request",
    varRecord.'Created By'.DisplayName & " has submitted a Promo Submittal request. Please click the link below to review. 
    <a href=""https://apps.powerapps.com/play/939ce2d2-f898-4dee-8f71-9b6da615ae1b?tenantId=aed03ef3-6bfe-4359-a193-2069aec0d8c8" & varRecord.ID &
    """>CLICK HERE</A>",
    {
        IsHtml: true,
        Importance: "Normal"
    }
);

Does anybody see anything in my code that is preventing the email from being sent? Thank you! 🙂

 

 

 

(Screenshot for reference)

 

jharville_1-1598469835110.png

 

 

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WarrenBelz
Super User
Super User

Hi @jharville ,

I assume there is a valid email address in  testComboBox.Selected.mail.

You are also missing the syntax "?varxxx=" in your deep link hyperlink.

 

Hello and thank you for the response! I double checked and the email addresses are valid. Before this attempt, I used a drop-down (instead of the current combo-box) that was linked to a SharePoint list where users were stored (instead of the current O365 users storage), and the email sent successfully.

 

I had to switch to O365 Users storage since the SharePoint list was giving me problems later on in my code. All I did was replace the name of the past drop-down with the name of my current combo-box, and rename the attributes to match accordingly ( ex: testDropDown.Selected.Email --> testComboBox.Selected.mail ) . I'm wondering if the issue is the compatibility with O365 Users, as opposed to a SharePoint List...

Hi @jharville ,

If you do this

Office365Outlook.SendEmail(
    testComboBox.Selected.mail,
    "Test Subject",
    "Test Body"
)

does the mail send?

Hello, I tried it out, and there were no errors, but the email still didn't send. I suspect that the HTML wasn't the issue, but possibly rather the testComboBox linked to the AzureAD Connector to pull the O365 Users Group ID to pull the users? 

 

jharville_0-1598496569104.png

 

Thanks @jharville ,

Going a step further, if you put this on a label, what do you get?

testComboBox.Selected.mail

and what are the Items of the combobox?

 

The "Items" property of the combo-box, testComboBox  is: 

AzureAD.GetGroupMembers("9da2a20c-a33f-43cb-bbb5-6429fb515cd2").value

The parameter within the parentheses is the Group-ID that AzureAD is pulling from O365 Users.

 

Also, did you mean to create a Label and input that code into one of the properties? I put that code into the Text property of an empty Label, and nothing happened. 

 

Thank you! 

Hi @jharville ,

I was just confirming you got not values back. The issue is definitely your AD. I am not an Azure user, so do not know here to go from here.

No worries, I really do appreciate your help, it was very kind of you ! 🙂

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