so the sequence be like this
–use GET OUTLOOK MAIL ACTIVITY and mention any filter condition in filter property if wanted like this based on subject "[Subject] = ‘your subject’ "
and get the output with a variable of type list of mailmessage named list_mails
–now use a FOR EACH loop and pass the above variable list_mails as input and change the type argument as system.net.mail.mailmessage in the property panel of for each loop
–inside the loop use this REPLY TO OUTLOOK MAIL ACTIVITY
where mention the input mail as item and other details along the property panel
we can publish this process to a orchestrator and schedule it so that it will be running on daily basis
kindly try this and let know for any queries or clarification
@Palaniyappan Thank you sir for the solution. Its working.
Another challenge is that using Reply To outlook mail activity or by any other way using uipath the body of the email should contain a table (for example daily status update to manager)The body of the mail should be in a table which will look simple and clear to understand. The mail should be a reply and not as a new mail.
I tried in some ways but it’s not working. Please help if u know how to do.
As per the solution in How to use Get Outlook Mail Message filtering?. I got 75% of the answer for my task, but I want to filter further more in the subject. In case of my subject, I have “STATUS UPDATE 09-12-2019.” as the subject. How to match this date inside if condition.
once after getting the list of mailmessage from outlook activity use a FOR EACH loop and pass the output variable from get outlook mail activity as input and change the type argument as system.net.mail.mailmessage
and inside the loop use a IF condition like this item.Subject.Contains(str_input)
where str_input is a variable of type string with value like this str_input = "STATUS UPDATE "+Now.ToString(“dd-MM-yyyy”)
which we can keep in the very beginning of the sequence