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Pwray
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Office 365 Outlook Connection not Outputting Data for New Email Arrival Trigger

Hello, 

I am having an issue with all Office 365 Outlook connection triggers that involve the mailbox recieving a new email. This did not start happening until 5 days ago. 

When I try to test the flow on existing data in Office 365, it gives this output: 

https://drive.google.com/file/d/10umBx05wr399i3ucu8YB3WzOqO3OaeVY/view?usp=sharing

When I try to test the flow by performing the trigger, it just sits there and spins like it has no connection to the data. I have deleted and recreated my connections in flow, and I have even recreated a few of my flows to see if that would fix it. I am still getting no Output from this connection trigger. 

Here are some screenshots of two of my flows: 

This flow should take a recieved email and sort it by the subject and then create an item in a SharePoint list. This Flow has worked great in the past.

https://drive.google.com/open?id=1fttIMx6H-FEqq_3xUocWG6yV0OGf4q_e

 

This flow is one that I created to test the connection on a shared mailbox, and it does the same thing.


https://drive.google.com/open?id=1Ppc6-uHXC8n9iEL27nKbc851oQgkj2_o

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Pwray
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Re: Office 365 Outlook Connection not Outputting Data for New Email Arrival Trigger

So I have resolved the issue. Flow was doing exactly what I was telling it to do, it just so happens that I was telling it to do the wrong thing! I was telling Flow to filter out all emails that do not have attachments. I had the "Has attachments?" setting set to "Yes".

Now, I have set "Has Attachments?" to blank and now it works like a charm! 

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Pwray
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Re: Office 365 Outlook Connection not Outputting Data for New Email Arrival Trigger

Sorry, just uploaded the screenshots to the forum.

 OutputofFlow.pngWhen I try to test the flow on existing data in Office 365, it gives this output:


ITFlow.pngThis flow should take a recieved email and sort it by the subject and then create an item in a SharePoint list. This Flow has worked great in the past.



TestFlow.pngThis flow is one that I created to test the connection on a shared mailbox, and it does the same thing.


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Re: Office 365 Outlook Connection not Outputting Data for New Email Arrival Trigger

Hi @Pwray ,

 

What’s your current situation? Are you still having the issue?

 

I have made test on my side with the tow triggers, “When a new email arrives” and “When an email arrives in a shared mailbox”, both of them are just working fine.

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Could you take another try with it? If the issue still exists, please feel free post back.

 

Best regards,

Mabel

 

Community Support Team _ Mabel Mao
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Pwray
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Re: Office 365 Outlook Connection not Outputting Data for New Email Arrival Trigger

So I have resolved the issue. Flow was doing exactly what I was telling it to do, it just so happens that I was telling it to do the wrong thing! I was telling Flow to filter out all emails that do not have attachments. I had the "Has attachments?" setting set to "Yes".

Now, I have set "Has Attachments?" to blank and now it works like a charm! 

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