After hours search found that if attachment file in new mail excess 90kb not create file in onedrive or sharepoint list or dropbox or created null
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I am seeing this issue as well. Also it appears on items that successfully make it through, the file extension is being stripped away and it is showing up as a generic file.
Same flow with Logic App from Azure works perfect !!!!
What is difference ??? !!!!
Copy code that use for create attachment file from Logic Apps to Flow to solve this problem
Any ETA of the fix?
<20mb files should be working imho.
I tried using the Azure Logic App with similar setup. Received this error instead:
I am having the probelm as well with attachments being move to SHarePoint:
Microsoft Flow seems to have a limit of copying a file attachment that is no larger than 100K from an email to a SharePoint library. Is there any way to increase this limit? We are trying to bring in resumes from email attachments to a SharePoint libraries. Almost all pdf files are larger than 100K.
I am having the same issue saving email attachment size to sharepoint. below is th error I've received.
Unable to process template actions in 'create_file' inputs at line 1 and column 11. The template function 'concat' parameter values is out of range, evaluating the function results in literal of length 230313 which exceeds the limit of 131072.
are you able to help?
This issues seems to have resurfaced this week. Here's one discussion that appears to be related, "Invalid Template error using create file from email attachment".
I haven't been able to find an official update from Microsoft, does anyone know anything about this issue?
I manage to get it work once, with a small file (1,5MB).
But now I'm trying to use larger file, 10MB and I get a HTTP Bad request while triggering the "On new email".
I tried once again but this time I received the following message:
Using Logic app in Azure gave me the following error:
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