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MS Flow Manually Initiate an Outlook's Folder Attachments to Onedrive

I'm trying to take all the email attachments in one folder and copy them to a onedrive folder. I have seen the automate/flow that does it on new email messages that arrive in the inbox but not one I can initiate manually on a specific folder. I've tried to edit the one that works on new inbox mail but haven't gotten it to work. Any suggestions?

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Re: MS Flow Manually Initiate an Outlook's Folder Attachments to Onedrive

Hi @TJWillians74,

 

Please refer to these steps to store the attachments from the Email. Before you create the file in the OneDrive for business, you should add the "Get attachment" action, then put the dynamic content - body into the field of File content for Create file action:

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Re: MS Flow Manually Initiate an Outlook's Folder Attachments to Onedrive

Hi @TJWillians74,

 

Please refer to these steps to store the attachments from the Email. Before you create the file in the OneDrive for business, you should add the "Get attachment" action, then put the dynamic content - body into the field of File content for Create file action:

Annotation 2019-12-11 144655.png

 

Best Regards,
Community Support Team _ Lin Tu
If this post helps, then please consider Accept it as the solution to help the other members find it more quickly.

 

 

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