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Incoming Emails to SharePoint

We are looking to utilize Outlook, Flow, and SharePoint for an applicant tracking purpose. We receive applications via email and would like to pull the email from Outlook (Outlook 365) and put the "From","Subject","Attachment(Resume)", and "Body" of email into a file. It seems to be coming in as a corrupt file. The file does not need to be editable. Is there any way to complete this? And if not, is there a possibility to have Flow create a new folder in Sharepoint for each incoming email (Applicant) and then place the two files (One being the body of the email, and the other being the attachment (resume) in the new folder? Thanks in advance.

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Hi @bschapley,

 

If you would like to put the "From","Subject","Attachment(Resume)", and "Body" of an email into a file, I afraid you couldn't achieve it in microsoft flow currently.

 

if you would like to create a new folder in Sharepoint for each incoming email (Applicant) and then place the two files (One being the body of the email, and the other being the attachment (resume) in the new folder, please refer to screenshot below to create the flow:

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Note: the folder name would be the subject of the email.

 

The flow would run successfully as below:

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The folder and two files would be created in the sharepoint as below:

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Regards,
Alice Zhang

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