Working with Email

Over the years, many business processes have been developed that use email as a storage, tracking, or processing mechanism. These processes have relied upon a combination of manual activities, third-party plug-ins, component object model (COM) add-ins, and Visual Basic for Applications (VBA) scripting. As you learned in Chapter 1, Introducing Power Automate, connectors are used to attach to data sources and endpoints (either to receive, retrieve, store, or send data). Connectors are structured configuration files (typically formatted as JavaScript Object Notation or JSON) that define how Power Automate will interact with another service for automation tasks.

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