Currently there is an Action 'Send email from a Shared mailbox', however, it does not work for O365 groups. I have to use 'Send As' in regular send an email action.
It would be to great to add the functionality in Action 'Send email from a Shared mailbox', that it can also send FROM an O365 group mailbox.
I actually need this to send notification to a specific email for each row of Excel table, I would like it being sent from a group email address rather than being sent from a personal address; wich would also be very neat and informative.
This issue is a big show stopper for us... we were forced to tell people to create shared mailboxes instead 😞
this can help you : https://flow.microsoft.com/en-us/blog/fotw-members-your-office365-groups/
This is also a show stopper for us. Back in the good old SharePoint Designer days, workflow emails could get sent as the service account for SharePoint and a no-reply From address designated. Flow makes it so hard to just duplicate what SPD could do OOB.
This is a show stopper for us too. It is not feasible to create Email Accounts for each flow made that sends an email on a certain topic. I'm the creator of a Flow, and I have added other owners that have a shared mailbox but even then I still can't use their shared mailbox as the Send As. And I'm unsure as to how to create a connection to their outlook account.
This would seem to be sensible as Sharepoint site mailboxes have been deprecated in favour of O365 groups, so that's what I'd like to use for flows relating to Sharepoint items.
My use case is relatively simple and common- New item in library/list > if it meets certain criteria, notify the people who are site members, using the O365 mailbox as sender, so replies go to the group too.
This is a show stopper for our business. Please implement this functionality as it was available in SPD OOB. Thank you.
Show stopper for us as well
This is especially needed now that "Send As" has been removed from the regular Send an Email action...
This would be a great addition to the platform. My manager would definitely like to have all the automated emails coming from our group rather than just from him. If clients reply to the automated email (they're asked not to but they do anyway), then the entire team will get the reply.
It would clarify with clients of our system that it's a group of people working on their requests rather than just one person.