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Fetch Email attachments using Microsoft Email adapter in Oracle Integration Cloud by Ankur Jain

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In the article, we’ll show how to fetch the attachments from email and dump the attachments on the SFTP server.

To complete this article, we should have in place:

  1. MS email connection: If not created, use the post to create a connection with Microsoft outlook
  2. FTP connection: If not created, use the post to create a connection with FTP

Below is the end to end use case which is demonstrated in the article:

Let’s go ahead and see how to achieve this

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