“[Subject] = ‘Name*’” will work. If not is there a possibility to use selectors in filter property
Are you asking oh how you can retrieve mails that have
'Name[something]', meaning the subject starting by Name and there is a string following it?
Yes basically i want to know can wildcards be used in filter parameter.
Hey please if u could help.
Instead of = use like keyword
Something like this:
Sender Email Adress Statement:
Sender Email Adress with Wildcards
“@SQL=” & Chr(34) & “http://schemas.microsoft.com/mapi/proptag/0x0065001f ” & Chr(34) & " LIKE ‘%@testinfo.com’"
sorry bud for the delay here is a tested workflow that solves the problem, it is similar to the code giving by @Divyashreem
Main.xaml (6.4 KB)
the filter that I’ve used is :
"@SQL=urn:schemas:httpmail:subject LIKE 'Name%'"
If you face any issues with the xaml file please let me know.
I want to find the attached file in outlook. The mailbox I work with contains 30,000 mails. So I get a timeout error. I saw the flow you developed. But yours is filtering the subject part. How can I run this stream for the attached file name.