Azure Logic App : Gmail Connector "Reply to email (V2)" Action is Creating a different Thread

Ashish Panjwani 6 Reputation points

When using Azure Logic App : Gmail Connector, "When a new email arrives" Trigger, we are receiving Message ID and Thread ID



But on calling "Reply to email (V2)" Action with Message ID received, it is creating a separate thread with the existing thread data but I am not understanding why it is creating a different thread. Is there any way we can get reply in the same thread, the way it happens with Outlook Connector.

Is there any way I can use Thread Id for replying to the same thread? I am not sure what is the use of Thread ID. Please help me.

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  1. Kamlesh Kumar 3,861 Reputation points

    Hi @Ashish Panjwani ,

    Welcome to Microsoft Q&A Platform. Thank you for the question.

    Is there any way I can use Thread Id for replying to the same thread?

    We can use the Message ID only as per the design. And I can't see any option to use the Thread Id instead of Message ID.

    I am not sure what is the use of Thread ID.

    Thread Id is the ID of the thread the message belongs to associated with a specific email message.

    I tried to replicate the issue and I can see using the same message Id I am able to send the reply, Please refer below screenshot.




    If this is something different please share your flow so we'll try to replicate it.

    Kamlesh Kumar
    BizTalk Techie

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