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Fix User().Email so that it returns the Email address and not the UPN

The User().Email function is actually returning the UPN and not the user's email address. Most people don't notice this issue because their UPN and Email Address are the same. In our tenant our UPN and Email Address are very different. Since the User().Email returns user's UPN not their email address we are unable to use this function in PowerApps. It would be nice to get this issue fixed. The work around is to use the Office365Users connector to get the current users profile and get the email address from there.

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Level 8

This has few votes because not amny companies have this issue, but this is very important. 

 

Level: Powered On

We certainly need it. This is a thorn in our side.

Level: Power Up

I have the same problem with UPN and Email what solution to get the email

 

UPN : IX00524@toto.com

email : pierre.dupont@toto.com

 

and the function User().Email return IX00524@toto.com

 

???

 

Thanks

Level: Power Up

I can't agree more, this is super frustrating. I have to make such wierd workarounds to solve such a "simple" issue. 

Level 10

Hi everyone.

 

Unfortunately I don't think this is something that Microsoft will be able to change as this might break many PowerApps out there. They might have to create a V2 User or Email function.

 

In the meantime, please see below video if you need more details on this, or the work around.

 

https://youtu.be/6FU1xGxJK5w

 

Dawid van Heerden
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