Hello. I am trying to pick up an image from SharePoint/Onedrive and insert that image in the body of the mail.
I could insert the image as an attachment and that works fine.
But it is important for my use-case to insert the image in the body of the email.
Can someone confirm if this is possible or not anymore?
I can see posts where it says i can simply embed the image in the body of the mail using html, but that does not seem to work anymore.
Can someone please point me in the right direction? If not possible, it would be great if I can get some documentation saying that this isnt possible anymore, etc.
Thanks for all the help!
@v-micsh-msft : It would be great if you can help me with this.
Send the email with an HTML body by clicking the </> button in the Body, example:
Then use IMG Tags to embed your photos into the email, example:
You can also pass dynamic content like into the HTML.
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Hi @Anonymous ,
I did a test on my side, you could use the following code to insert the image into the email body.
<img src="image url ">
If you are using Send an email action, you need to set IS html field to Yes.
It's worth noting here that images can only be displayed as long as they are viewed in Office 365 Outlook. If viewed in Outlook client, the images cannot be displayed.
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