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We'll call this form Enhanced Email - Test. I set the form to be visible by everyone as there isn't a specific security requirement to hiding the form.
Even though there isn't a specific security role assigned to this form, I have custom Model-Driven apps for different teams within my company, which means I still want to ensure that if someone is using Dynamics in a specific model driven app I want only the Enhanced Email - Test to be visible and usable in that app. So I then opened the app editor and in the forms for the email ensured that only the copied Enhanced Email - Test was available for the specific app.
This worked when we were only working with main forms of the interactive experience types but when I publish the app and attempt to create a email, the contextual email defaults back to the original Enhanced Email form as you can see below.
You can also see that I can also select all the other email forms which I have not ticked for this specific model -driven app. It's really strange. I mean I could probably create different security roles and run the restrictions through that method but what's the point of the model-driven app builder's ability to allow you to pick and choose the forms if it doesn't work with the new enhanced emails.
I did a quick test similar to yours on my trial, which is currently in wave 2, and while the form being shown is not the copy, I am unable to switch to any other forms.
If you are still encountering this behavior I would advise you to open a support ticket with Microsoft, so that this can be investigated further, as it looks like it might be a product issue.
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