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muralikrishna12
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how to send email to non Domain users from Powerapps

Hi Mates,

 

we have a requirement to send email from powerapps actually, but i believe we can send an email domain users only but our requirement has to send non-business users as also ..

example 

Outlook connector Domain is User@abc.com

But we need to send emails to User@xyz.com using the @abc.com domain ..

any help, please..?

 

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summitb
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Hi @muralikrishna12 

First, make sure that you are using the Send an Email V2 that is under Office 365 Outlook, and not Outlook.com. To send it from Outlook.com you would indeed need an Outlook.com account to setup the connector. 

Second, make sure that you are using Exchange Online in your Office 365 tenant and not Exchange servers on-premises.  Send an email will only work with Exchange Online. If your tenant turns it off then external mail can't be sent.

 

If you have checked both of those then it will work.  The email address won't be recognized by the suggestion dropdown, but it won't generate an error and it does send the mail.  Take a look at the screenshot below.  You can see that the lookup against Azure AD in the tenant doesn't resolve the address, but it doesn't throw an error and does send the mail.

 

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summitb
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Hi @muralikrishna12 

First, make sure that you are using the Send an Email V2 that is under Office 365 Outlook, and not Outlook.com. To send it from Outlook.com you would indeed need an Outlook.com account to setup the connector. 

Second, make sure that you are using Exchange Online in your Office 365 tenant and not Exchange servers on-premises.  Send an email will only work with Exchange Online. If your tenant turns it off then external mail can't be sent.

 

If you have checked both of those then it will work.  The email address won't be recognized by the suggestion dropdown, but it won't generate an error and it does send the mail.  Take a look at the screenshot below.  You can see that the lookup against Azure AD in the tenant doesn't resolve the address, but it doesn't throw an error and does send the mail.

 

large (999×497) (microsoft.com)

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