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Anonymous
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Receive Outlook Email and Send to MS Teams

Is there a way to extract details of an email (say in a "table" view) and post a message in Microsoft Teams with the specific details? Is it possible to produce the same format in the message of Teams?

 

Example:

Contact Details

Name

Email

Job Title

Amy

Amy@email.com

CEO

Mark

Mark@email.com

VP

Peter

Peter@email.com

Director

Larry

Larry@email.com

Manager

 

 

Alternative Output:

Contact Details

Name: Amy, Email: Amy@email.com, Job Title: CEO

Name: Mark, Email: Mark@email.com, Job Title: VP

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edgonzales
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@Anonymous 

Hi there!   Do you mean when an email comes in, grab all of the people on it, and post them in the table like you show above?

Check out this template to get you started, and we can hammer out the specifics...but ya, totally possible.

Keep us posted.

 

-Ed-

 

 

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@edgonzales 

Hey, thanks for the reply! That's exactly correct. The received email would already contain a table like this and it would be nice to post essentially the same thing in MS Teams.

 

Do you know if there is a way I can limit the information it posts in Teams? Or is there a way for it to just post specific info in Teams? 

edgonzales
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@Anonymous 

Before I go too far down the wrong path, is the table the only thing in the body of the email?  Meaning: Would it work to post the body to Teams?  Or are you looking to recreate the table and post that to Teams?

 

I've got something pretty close, but want to make sure I'm not over-complicating something.

Thanks,

-Ed-

 

 

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@edgonzales 

The format is layed out in this order

-3 Tables

-1 Graph

-1 Table

-1 Graph

-1 Text Box

-2 Tables

 

If possible, I'd ideally really just like to post the first 2-3 tables into Teams.

edgonzales
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Ah, Ok.  That's a different question, I think.  So, if we went with the original post of just creating the single table...I've got that part done.  But what I'm hearing now is that you want to parse part of the email body out and post that to Teams.  Is that more correct?

If so, then we'll want to know the format of the email (guessing HTML?), and what significant (and consistent) delimiters there are between the tables and the graphs.  We'll have to use those as a kind of 'stopping point' when we tell Flow to "Grab everything until you see this thing".

 

Keep us posted.

Thanks,

-Ed-

 

 

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