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    Justin commented  · 

    Who knows if MS will actually read/comment on this even with the amount of votes it has...It is beyond frustrating they are content to focus on area's like invoicing rather than fixing their current or updating it for this world..

    Outlook - This issue should be a no brainer - how it is not done, who knows and why on earth would they not expect this is wanted/needed.

    Microsoft Flow - 100 MB file transfer size limit - Are you serious?? Majority of enterprise customers get files, videos etc in excess of 1 or 2 GB and their "Solution" to automate is give you 100 MB which cannot even attempt to move the file because of the size it fails....Yet they are not even thinking of this at all.....Ridiculous to say the least...

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    1 comment  ·  Microsoft Invoicing  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →

    Thank you for your feedback! We’ve added it to the list of things to consider for a future update since workflows like the ones you describe are relevant to several businesses.

    Justin commented  · 

    You would think along with this, the size of file transfer a flow can do would be upped significantly, especially in this case 50 MB will get them about 2% of a file when it comes to these type of things.

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    Justin commented  · 

    I fully agree with this idea/post.

    I just got confirmation that it is not possible for SharePoint online but can be done from SharePoint server. This is a functionality that should be allowed across all levels. The fact that it cannot be done at this point is just ridiculously stupid and as to why how many votes does it need before we get a response from a Microsoft rep? Like the post from April 20, all google, yahoo etc are blocking my share emails and verification emails.

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