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KarthikM
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Outlook Flow to copy emails

Good Day,

 

I am having an issue for a rather specific scenarion. We work with a mailbox that acts as a shared mailbox for multiple employees. Now I need to copy emails enter this inbox to subfolders so the respective people can simply acces their relevant folder and thereby see the emails that contain their name. Say the email says "Hello John, Hello Jane" I need to have this mail appear both in John's and Jane's folder. There can be even more people mentioned as I would need this to run over the entire email thread.

Is this possible to do? 

 

I hope someone can help and would appreciate it thoroughly.

 

Kind Regards,

KarthikM

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Re: Outlook Flow to copy emails

@KarthikM 

Unfortunately, I don't see any way to meet your goal using Flow.  There is no copy email action available.  There may/may not be a way to copy to a folder by using an API call via the HTTP connector but that would require a premium license.

That said, if there were a premium action, I suspect that the Flow would not give you the results that you would want.  There are too many variation that you would be looking for.  Each variation would require some type of condition and I just don't believe that it would be reliable.

 

 

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Re: Outlook Flow to copy emails

@KarthikM 

Unfortunately, I don't see any way to meet your goal using Flow.  There is no copy email action available.  There may/may not be a way to copy to a folder by using an API call via the HTTP connector but that would require a premium license.

That said, if there were a premium action, I suspect that the Flow would not give you the results that you would want.  There are too many variation that you would be looking for.  Each variation would require some type of condition and I just don't believe that it would be reliable.

 

 

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