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Automate emails to specific addresses from on excel list- based on Forms submission

I have a flow that when a new submission from FORMS occurs it will add the info to an excel sheet. Now I need an email sent to a specific account owner based on the FORM answers from an email list in excel. So if I submit a FORM with answers A,B,C then it will add the info to excel and I need it to then pull from an EMAIL excel sheet based on the submission and send an email to the A,B,C account owner at ABC@email.com. Then when another FORM is submitted and the answers are D,E,F it will add D,E,F to the excel sheet but then again, I need it to send an email to that owner at DEF@email.com. How can I make this happen? I'm currently doing condition after condition and inputting the emails in manually but it only goes so far if its AND/ OR answers.

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HI @Marie_007 

 

Sorry, I'm a little bit confused.

 

Have you started to build the Power Automate?

 

Can you please share the Power Automate and obfuscate anything private that you can't share so that I can have a better understanding of what you're trying to do and the issues.

 

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Manuel

Hi @manuelstgomes ,

 

Ok renaming it a bit. Lets say when someone puts USA as the country and Apple Pie as the product. After it adds the answers to the excel I need the flow to then pull from anther sheet in the excel file to find the email for the account owner in the USA for Apple Pie and send them an email.

 

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