Once the flow has run upon receipt of an email in a shared mailbox, would like to be able to move the email to a folder within shared folder or mark it as something other than read.
Having same issue. Processing emails in a shared mailbox, however when i go to move into a "Processed" folder it onlys hows mailbox of my account, not the mailbox of the shared mailbox I am working in.
I would also like the option to move emails to folders in a shared area
Hi - I'd like this too!
I had the same problem, but I found a work around. Create a "when a new email arrives in a shared mailbox" trigger. Choose the folder you want to move the email to, "peek" the code, and copy the folder ID. It will look like the line below.
Once you have the ID, simply paste it into the folder name of the move email activity. Make sure you include the "Id::" and "=".
Hope this helps!
I can do this by using the "Move Email V2" connector. I find that when I first select the folder it brings up a list of my default mailbox. But If I go back to the trigger and search for my shared inbox (which is already the folder for my trigger) and select the Inbox folder, when I go back to the Move Email step and try and select folders, the list is now for my shared mailbox.
Seconded comment from @FinanceJim
So go back to the trigger (when a new emails arrives ...), click on folder there (don't change any thing), then go back to the Move Email V2 connector, all of your Shared Mailbox folder will appear instead of the default mailbox folders.
Unfortunately, this is not working for me. In my scenario I'm using a Switch after the trigger "When a new email arrives in a shared mailbox (V2)", and I'm not able to somehow trigger the folder browsing to look-up the share mailbox folder structure. Is it to much "distance" between the trigger and the "Move email" action? I'm not having an issue fetching attachment and other email related data from the trigger.
I have the same issue, to complete processing emails in a shared mailbox, the option to move emails to folders in shared mailbox is important.