You can use Power Automate to automatically move your email attachments to a SharePoint document library. In this post I’ll show you how to move email attachments to a SharePoint document library.
This is the flow that we will build:
1. Start by creating an automated cloud flow:
2. Give your flow a name then select the flow’s trigger as When a new email arrives (V3):
3. Set the following two properties of the When a new email arrives (V3) trigger:
|Include Attachments||Should the response of the trigger include the attachments content.|
|Only with Attachments||If set to true (Yes), only emails with an attachment will be retrieved. Emails without any attachments will be skipped. If set to false (No), all emails will be retrieved.|
4. Add an Apply to each loop (2) and set Attachments as the output (3) as shown below. The loop will save each attachment to a SharePoint Document Library of our choice:
5. Add a SharePoint Create file action (4). Select the SharePoint site and document library.
6. Finally select the attachment’s filename and file content (4) from Dynamic content:
Example Runtime output
The example runtime output below shows that the Apply to each loop ran seven times. This means that seven files were sent as file attachments in the email and seven files were saved to SharePoint:
When a new email arrives (V3) – This operation triggers a flow when a new email arrives. It will skip any email that has a total message size greater than the limit put by your Exchange Admin or 50 MB, whichever is less. It may also skip protected emails and emails with invalid body or attachments.
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