Tuesday, 31 October 2017

How Save my email attachments to a SharePoint document library using MS Flow


  • You should have Ms flow Subscription assign to your Account
  • User Must have SharePoint Site access and Docs library should be created

Step by step Solution with screenshots

  • First log in, using your business account.
  • Click the “flow” option, shown on top of the page, as shown below.
  • Scroll down the page and select SharePoint on given option under popular services.

  • Once selected the above option it will take us to SharePoint Flow action, will be able to see the flow templates from Microsoft.
  • Here can search for template by clicking on search option or can select template by scrolling down. 
  • Select “Save my email attachment to a SharePoint document library” template.
  • Next, screen will be shown, as shown below and click Use this template.

  • Click on continue option.
  • On the next page, we will be getting option to configure Ms flow to get email attachment move to Site Library.

  • First, we need to change name and assign according to our convenience.
  • Next, click on On New Email option and select folder from where you want to copy the email attachment.

  • Once folder selected, next option is to Apply to each attachment on the email.
  • Here select an out from previous steps, by default attachment will be selected.
  • On the create file option, site address should be your Office 365 SharePoint site.
  • Select folder path, and select the Library which you have created or you can select default shared folder.
  • File name and File content, we can keep default.

  • Now click on Create Flow, you will get message that your flow was created to exit, click done.

  • Now, your flow is ready to test. Please send a test mail to your Email with an attachment. It will create a file in SharePoint site ->SiteAssests library.
  • Once any one sent email with attachment, MS flow will get trigger automatically and save your email attachment to defined Library.

  • Above will be job history one you will get email and Flow will get trigger.

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