This is part 3 of the series on how to send Emails using Graph API. The first 2 parts focus solely on the configuration in the Microsoft Azure. This article focuses on the actual C# code. You can also send email using Postman (which I will publish separately) but that will also require the configuration settings described in the first 2 articles of this series. Check the first 2 steps below:
Before writing code to access Graph API and send email, you need to have either your organization’s Azure account access or Microsoft Developer account (https://developer.microsoft.com/en-us/store/register/) and an azure account linked with Microsoft Developer account.
Please note that you cannot call the Graph API to send email if you only have an individual Azure account. The reason is you need license to access Office 365 from your Azure account. The license cannot be assigned to an individual account.
Please follow along for
Steps to register a New App in Azure
Assign Office 365 license
C# code to call Graph API.
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