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To extract text from Email Body then update to Excel

Hi Everyone,


I am a beginner using MS Power Automate. Really appreciate if could anyone could guide me on the following:


For every one hour, I will be receiving email notification of my server disk space. In the notification, I will be receiving the following information:


Filesystem                     1K-blocks       Used Available Use% Mounted on

/dev/mapper/rootvg-rootlv        2086912      87380   1999532   5% /

devtmpfs                        40994240          0  40994240   0% /dev

tmpfs                           41005676          0  41005676   0% /dev/shm

tmpfs                           41005676    4141820  36863856  11% /run

tmpfs                           41005676          0  41005676   0% /sys/fs/cgroup

/dev/mapper/rootvg-usrlv         6281216    2334536   3946680  38% /usr

/dev/mapper/mpatha2               996012     211720    784292  22% /boot

/dev/mapper/mpatha1               499432       8728    490704   2% /boot/efi

/dev/mapper/datavg-sasutillv   104806400      33004 104773396   1% /sasutilloc

/dev/mapper/datavg-dbrkrlv    3246826496 2599039104 647787392  81% /PSS_DBROKER

/dev/mapper/datavg-sasworklv   104806400    1447944 103358456   2% /saswork

/dev/mapper/datavg-sasapplv    104806400   84058268  20748132  81% /sasapp

/dev/mapper/datavg-oraclntlv     5232640      32944   5199696   1% /oracle_OH

/dev/mapper/datavg-usrsaslv     15718400     196000  15522400   2% /usr/SAS

/dev/mapper/datavg-applv        28297728      32944  28264784   1% /app

/dev/mapper/rootvg-homelv        5232640    3686060   1546580  71% /home

/dev/mapper/rootvg-varlv         2086912     435108   1651804  21% /var

/dev/mapper/rootvg-optlv        16766976    9570984   7195992  58% /opt

/dev/mapper/rootvg-tmplv         6281216    1863044   4418172  30% /tmp

/dev/mapper/rootvg-varloglv      9402368    3734556   5667812  40% /var/log

/dev/mapper/datavg-sassrvhlv     2086912      32964   2053948   2% /home/sassrv

/dev/mapper/datavg-lsfadmhlv     2086912      33012   2053900   2% /home/lsfadmin

/dev/mapper/datavg-sashlv        2086912      61760   2025152   3% /home/sas

/dev/mapper/rootvg-crashlv      33538560     216424  33322136   1% /var/crash

/dev/mapper/datavg-sasdemohlv    2086912      32964   2053948   2% /home/sasdemo

/dev/mapper/datavg-lsfuserhlv    2086912      32968   2053944   2% /home/lsfuser

/dev/mapper/rootvg-nmonlv        1038336     591716    446620  57% /nmon

/dev/mapper/rootvg-varlaudlv    26204160    8536216  17667944  33% /var/log/audit

tmpfs                            8201136          0   8201136   0% /run/user/373513829

tmpfs                            8201136          0   8201136   0% /run/user/1014

tmpfs                            8201136          0   8201136   0% /run/user/0

tmpfs                            8201136          0   8201136   0% /run/user/1026

tmpfs                            8201136          0   8201136   0% /run/user/1050




From the information above, I would like to record data in the line 11(bold in red) and insert it into Excel row. The excel table header shall be as per follows:


1. Filesystem                    

2. 1K-blocks     

3. Used

4. Available

5. Use%


Thank you.







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Hi @Anonymous ,


Could you please share the text that you have extracted?

If you could extract the text, you could take a try to split the text with two apace and then save each column to the excel row.


Best regards,



Community Support Team _ Alice Zhang
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You could possibly use the "Content Conversion" action called "HTML to text".

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Hi  @PowerBack19 ,


Thank you for the suggestion. I able to extract the text and this the result:     3246826496 2676839180 569987316  83


Now the challenge is to insert the figure into excel row.


Thank you.







Hi @Anonymous ,


Could you please share the text that you have extracted?

If you could extract the text, you could take a try to split the text with two apace and then save each column to the excel row.


Best regards,



Community Support Team _ Alice Zhang
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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