We'd like to save a copy of an email to a Sharepoint document library for future reference. These are our outbound marketing emails and don't have attachments. We'd like to capture the body of the email, preferably how it looks in email.
How about using a “Create file” action of SharePoint Online to save emails?
I had a flow, “when a control is selected, send email(Subject and Body were set to Ask in PowerApps), create file in SharePoint(File name and File content were set to Ask in PowerApps)”. In the App, I added one Button and two Text input(Text input1 for subject and Text input2 for Body), then added the flow to the Button. when the button was clicked, someone received the email and a file was created to the SharePoint library.
Here is a screenshot of my flow, please try if it works for you.
I just wanted to update this thread.
It is now possible to do this within flow using Parserr. We have just joined the Flow community and wanted to thank everyone in the flow team for making this possible:
Parserr allows you to turn incoming emails into useful data to use in various other 3rd party systems.You can use to extract anything trapped in email including email body contents and attachments.
Have a look here: https://parserr.com
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