I am very new and learning Power Platform, I am looking to utilise Power Platform and design some solutions for Exchange Online, I really am stuck in the starting phase where I want to understand how can I integrate with Exchange Online, I want to understand what all things can be done.
Looking for some guiding articles, or any links where I can learn and come up with solutions, is there any book that covers this topic, any guidance is really welcomed!!
I would start by reading this overview article. This article shows how you can use the Office 365 Outlook connector to interact with Outlook:
Also I would check the Connector documentation itself. It has a nice description of its options but also its limitations and known issues:
Hope this helps a bit?
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Thanks for suggestions, these articles are helpful, but they talk about connecting to Outlook client, that's more of doing activities inside a mailbox, what I am looking for is connectors towards Exchange Online, like the ones we have for Exchange server in Power automate Desktop.
The links I shared should cover the Office 365 Outlook connector, which is Exchange Online. So, you should be ok when using that, right?
If you are still stuck can you explain in more detail what you are stuck with?
And what kind of scenario do you want to support with the integration?
Is it extracting information from e-mails which arrive in a mailbox with a specific subject an copy it to other Line of Business systems?
Do you want to create outlook calendar events based on information from another Line of Business system?
It would help to receive a bit more information about what you are trying to achieve 🙂
Btw, have you started with the creation of your flow? If so, do share a screenshot of your flow. That would also help troubleshooting.
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