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RobinHz
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Get emails (v3) with query on conversationId

Hello!

 

I'm trying to search for e-mails using the conversationId property, but when I use the Get Emails function it won't deliver any results (below the example, in Dutch):

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When I remove the OData query it returns emails with the exact conversationId property I was searching for.

 

And when I check the log I see the following query:

conversationId eq 'AAQkADhkMDFmZTA2LTM4MjYtNGFmMi1iNjMyLWE4NTM0NzZjNWU2NAAQAL6bsoNRboFBgQPC_Hm3hLc=' 

 

Is my OData query wrong or shouldn't I use OData for this search field?

 

Any help is appreciated!

 

Robin

 

 

 

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jinivthakkar
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@RobinHz  The property that you are trying is not supported.

 

Please refer this Link 

 

Searchable properties are – attachment, bcc, body, cc, from, has Attachment, importance, kind, participants, received, recipients, sent, size, subject, to

 

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jinivthakkar
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@RobinHzAlternate solution would be to use "Get Email" action if you can use Message ID instead of conversation ID.

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jinivthakkar
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@RobinHz  The property that you are trying is not supported.

 

Please refer this Link 

 

Searchable properties are – attachment, bcc, body, cc, from, has Attachment, importance, kind, participants, received, recipients, sent, size, subject, to

 

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jinivthakkar
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@RobinHzAlternate solution would be to use "Get Email" action if you can use Message ID instead of conversation ID.

Capture.PNG

 

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@jinivthakkar Thank you for your answer, I thought I could use the graph properties for this query.

 

I can't use the message ID, because I need to find a conversation that has been moved to an other folder, so if that conversation exists I can move the new e-mail to the same folder.  

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