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Connection to outlook.com mailbox, always automatically connect to current account

Hi,

 

I am currently using flow to connect my personal outlook mailbox, and there is an annoying problem bothers me since early April.

 

I tried to use Outlook.com 'When I receive a new email' trigger to authorize my personal Outlook.com mailbox, I clicked '+ new connection', then a new log in browser window popped up. After about few seconds before I could click 'Use another account' button to add a new account, the log in window just vanished with the trigger connected with my current using account.

 

For me, it seems like when I only logged into a single outlook account(which should be the one logged to flow), then I tried to add new connection for Outlook.com trigger, it will ALWAYS automtically log into the account I am using now, with the flow. I cannot add any new account since the log in window will just vanished with automatically logging in to that only account.

 

Do someone also met this problem? Figured out? Also could developers solve this problem, like disable this 'automatic log-in' in the sign-in window? I would really appreciate any help.

 

 

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Hi @YxG_74 ,

It seems when you want to add a new connection to the flow, it always automtically log into the smae account.

I have made a test on my side, it doesn't has the issue as yours.

So I suggest you clean up the browser cache for a try.

Best Regards,

Community Support Team _ Zhongys

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