12-05-2017 10:09 AM
This is a quick video that walks you through connecting your Office 365 Outlook account so you can send emails directly from PowerApps. It also shows you how to accept inputs for that email and how to use a button. Fancy stuff.
Hi, Thanks a lot this is very useful! I'm just starting on PowerApps but there seem to be a lot of potential.
Do you know how to use this to prepare the email and display the email window, but without sending it? So that a user can verify before sending.
@Vico - I don't have any ideas on how to launch an email, in something like Outlook, so you could verify/edit and then send. Sorry
@tus1994 - Are you talking about trying to get an attachment uploaded to SharePoint or something different?
@Shanescows I used your video to send an email using data from a gallery. You made it look ogranized through the use of the ASCII, Char(10). I need to email a collection with five columns of data per record so I tried using the Char(9) which tabs to the next column but it doesn't work so well. Is there any way to email a full table of data?
Thank you for this video.. i've got a question about email address format.
I want to send email to: firstname.lastname@example.org - clicksend is SMS gateway we use to send SMS messages via email.
Phone number which needs to be used is listed in Label: ThisItem.Mobile (data source is Excel) - Label is renamed to PZ_Mobile
I've tried a few options:
Office365.SendEmail( PZ_Mobile+"@sms.clicksend.com", "some subject", "some body" )
" & PZ_Mobile & "+"@sms.clicksend.com"
and withouth the + sign .. but it's not working for me.
Thank you for any suggestion.
I know you have tried multiple options, however, can you check this one -
Office365.SendEmail( PZ_Mobile.Text&"@sms.clicksend.com", "some subject", "some body" )
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