Graph API Integration issue insufficient priviledge for outlook mail in dotnet .Any support will be highly appreciated

vis bharti 0 Reputation points

I have created one console application .And on Azure i have created one app for organisation single tenant.Created Client Id and Secret .All permissions for mail i have given from both delegated and application tab. Since Requirement is to scan attachments from email and save in local folder.

Getting message

Code: Authorization_RequestDenied

Message: Insufficient privileges to complete the operation.

When checking token in it is not showing all the scopes.

Scopes checked on azure active directory are the following

Those scopes are not visible when token i pasted on

so denied access is showing. When scopes will be visible in token or is there any step that i have


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  1. Zehui Yao_MSFT 5,711 Reputation points

    Hi vis bharti I noticed that your Mail.Read permission is not granted, if you are using application permission, you need to grant permission in AD. Hope this helps. Best Wishes.

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  2. Pollibondu 75 Reputation points

    Your idea is best

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