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d365_katiepage
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How to define static email address in Email Message's To field

Hi,

 

I need to find a way to send an email to static email address.  Error says Resource was not found.

 

things I have tried:

1. simply typing email

2. 'aaaaa@microsoft.com'-with single quote

3. Define it in To field in advance options.

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Note: I know if I use this, /contacts(GUID) it will work but GUID will change per environment so we don't want to use this.

 

Thanks.

 

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eric-cheng
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Hi @d365_katiepage ,

 

Because its pretty much like a lookup, you will need to pass the full entity set name i.e. /contacts(GUID).  To get around changing GUIDS, you can lookup the record using list row in the contacts table and return the GUID of the contact that way.

 

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I think there is a disconnect here. The To field is a static value. It will never change

eric-cheng
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Hi @d365_katiepage ,

 

The action you are using is different to a send email action in Outlook in that you don't pass in a text string for the email address and send an email.  It needs to be a record in the contacts table.

 

You mentioned in one of your earlier posts the GUID will change depending on the environment which is why I suggested you to lookup the GUID using List Rows.  

 

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