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Using MS FLOW to send an email when a CRM Dynamics field changes.
FLOW triggers correctly and sends email to correct recipient. However, SENDER is Microsoft PowerApps and Flow <email@example.com>.
My customers expect email From: me not Microsoft@powerapps.com
Sender should be person who updated trigger field, or, failing that the owner of CRM record.
MSFLOW email ACTION does not appear to allow specifying "From:" field.
Can someone tell me what I am doing wrong?
Click on the 'To' field and you will see dynamic values on your right.
Scroll to 'When a record is updated' you will see modified by.
But you will have to get data operators for modified by.
I have explained it in a video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A8lAdb1vfRk
The video is not on your question but it talks about getting data operators from owner/user entities.
Once you have done that, email 'to' will get correct value.
Start posting your flow related questions here :https://powerusers.microsoft.com/t5/Get-Help-with-Microsoft-Flow/ct-p/FL_GeneralDiscussions
Sadly, the MS Flow Community suggested I raise this question with you.
To whom will you pass my request next?
You are free to post your questions in any of the communities.
It was just my suggestion that every product has its specific community so its good to post your question there as well.
"To whom will you pass my request next?" I have tried to answer your question, if that doesn't work, you will have to wait for more responses.
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