I have just joined my current organisation and they have an existing Microsoft Flow to automate file transfer from Outlook to an on-prem data storage location.
Since I need to automate file transfer from a different email. What I did was, I edited the existing flow, by adding a new Outlook email in one of the conditions, then I saved it.
And I realised that all the jobs from today have stopped. Although the job status shows "Succeeded", when I actually opened the job, and expanded the Condition, I noticed that it was skipped. Please find the below screenshots. Much appreciated for any suggestions. Not sure if editing the existing flow has anything to do with the skipping problem.
Thanks, please find the screenshots, all the steps are existing. The only new thing I added, was a new email from Condition (From, Is Equal To, new email), please refer to screenshot 3
Problem solved after I removed the second email. But I think the root cause is that when you have more than 1 email added in the condition, you have to make sure all of them are ticked.
I realised that, even when the checkboxs are ticked and saved. When I open the flow, they are unticked again. The flow didn't work even if I ticked both of them.
I had tried OR but it didn't work again. Although it does make sense for my use case:
When the file is either sent from email1 OR email2, drop the file to this location.
So to summarise, the condition only works when there is one row. It doesn't work anymore when there are multiple rows.
Still under investigation.
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