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Office 365 Group email Trigger

Trigger a flow when an email is sent to an Office 365 group mailbox.

This will be helpful to:

- Save attachments sent to a group to team document library or one drive (something like incoming emails on SharePoint on prem)

- Automate creation of events based on email sent to a group mailbox

Status: Completed
Advocate II

This is such a no brainer - what is the delay? This will allow so many small businesses to start automating all kinds of file and email managment.  Please add!

Regular Visitor

This is a much needed feature, with my Inbox getting so many other emails I don't need to have group emails land there as well just to be able to use Flow. I shouldn't have to subscribe, create a rule to move to a folder, and then write a Flow for that trigger.

Kudo Collector

This is so badly needed for automated email parsing!!

Regular Visitor

I concur with all other flow users that this should be included as a flow trigger. it is a no brainer. unfortunately it looks like I am going to have to create a dedicated flow inbox for the various event based triggers I am looking to setup. Instead of using groups I have already setup for similar purposes.

New Member

I need this for a solution that will replace a third party Outlook add-in. the flow cannot run on the individual mailbox. We need this!

Advocate I

I'm working with a project where an email is sent to an O365 group, and the email needs to change the status of a project in Planner and in a SharePoint list.

Advocate IV

I voted!


Please be a lad and vote my idea, to increase the approval timeout (or just general timeout) of flows to MORE THAN 30 DAYS!!


I'm at 155 votes, more is better.


Regular Visitor

this would be soooo helpful. It is a much needed feature.

New Member

Please get it done, It is a much-needed feature.

New Member

Absolutely absurd that this doesn't exist. Sorting and automating work on incoming emails is like 50% of the work groups are intuitively intended for. Imagine a or a that can't do basic email triage. Can't add tasks... nothing.