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SAP Intelligent RPA 2.0 – Outlook Demo

In this blog post you will get a first introduction into the new Outlook SDK for the Cloud Studio of SAP Intelligent RPA 2.0 and you will learn how to build an automation for MS Outlook.

Content of the Demo

Build the Outlook Automation in the Cloud Studio

The Automation in this demo can search for e-mails with specified search criteria to store the attachments in local folders. You learn how to use different activities from the Outlook SDK.

Test the automation

At the end of the demo the Automation will be tested and you get a first impression of the new debugger timeline.

Step-by-Step Introduction

In the screenshot below you can see the final flow of the Automation.

To explain the necessary steps to create this Automation I tried this time a different way and created the step-by-step instruction as a video clip.


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    • Hi Dipankar,

      you have to wait until Wednesday (December 3) then we activate the Cloud Studio in the trial and we provide a new Desktop Studio. In both you will find the pdf sdk. I would suggest to work with the Cloud Studio.



  • Hi Peter Engel – Thanks for the nice descriptive video. What came to my mind is: how about getting a small checkbox to indicate to search only from the UNREAD emails to fasten the process?

    Anyway, excited to try it out as soon as it comes out..

  • Thanks Peter Engel

    Great demo. Making it a video clip was also a good idea. Made it much easier to understand.

    I am brand new(1-2months) in the SAP Intelligent RPA world, reading up, trying 2 scenarios in Desktop Studio etc etc. It was a very time consuming learning experience, but I think getting some experience on Desktop Studio makes me appreciate the Cloud Studio even more and it is actually fun working with it. So thumbs up for LCNC.

    After going through your demo and actually getting it to work, not without a few retries and do overs, I must say, all the excitement and the few weeks(for me) waiting for it was worth it..

    Thanks again