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Send an email or send an email notification difference

I understand that  reason with a notification can only  send 100 emails every 24 hours and with send and email it can go up to 900 per 60 seconds 


My question is, is the 100 emails every 24 hours per flow or is it per account?



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It is 100 API calls per connection.  Please mark this as the suggested answer if it helped solve your issue.

thanks for the reply, just to confirm, Connection is counted as one flow then?

The connection is created to connect the external system to the Power Automate designer,  the API calls occur with the actions in the Flow.  Does that answer your question?  


What is a Microsoft Power Platform request?

Requests in Microsoft Power Platform consist of various actions which a user makes across various products. At a high level, below is what constitute an API call:

  • Connectors – all API requests to connectors from Power Apps or Power Automate

  • Microsoft Power Automate – all Power Automate step actions

  • Common Data Service – all CRUD operations, as well as special operations like "share" or "assign". These can be from any client or application and using any endpoint SOAP or REST. These include but are not limited to plug-ins, async workflows, and custom controls making the above mentioned operations.

Note that for Common Data Service, there will be a small set of system internal operations that are excluded, like login, logout, and system metadata operations like getClientMetadata.

This table below will describe the common requests limits as well as the allocation which a user gets based on the type of license assigned to the user.

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