Call O365 Endpoints Web Service and Return the Latest FQDNs – Part 2

Now we will look into an automated process that allows us to call the Office 365 IP Address and URL Web service and to have the news Endpoints returned in FQDN Format.

The full unformated worldwide list can be found here in JSON format & here in CSV format.

As part of the article, it explains how you can access the changes, essentially the newest updates since the month before. You can see the data here.

The URI looks like this –

This can be changed as and when a new version is published by Microsoft, but of course the output via the browser is in JSON format. So let’s walk through how I have captured the new FQDNs and emailed them to a shared mailbox. I did this with some help from Paul Andrew as he had detailed a good deal of the process at this blog.

Let’s begin …

Firstly, we will need to use a SharePoint list in order to compare old and new versions. It will look like the next image:

Go to SharePoint and click the Lists menu item, then click New, and select List to create a new list.

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New Emails between 10am & 11am move to Subfolder

Using Microsoft Outlook. If you have a need to receive an email, then to file it in a sub-folder based on 2 time parameters this method should do the trick.

Below I will demonstrate using the Flow trigger When a new email arrives then passing a condition that will return true if DateTimeReceived parameter is within the time constraint.

In Lehman’s terms, if the email arrives between 10am & 11am it will be moved to the sub-folder. If not, it remains in the inbox.

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So you just want Flow running in business hours, 8am to 5pm

Here is a little helper I use when creating flows that I only want running during business hours only.

Let’s say we generate an hourly email that goes to shared mailbox. There are times when this email is pointless after 6pm or before 8am (per say). There are times when there is no need to have this email outwith Monday to Friday so here is an easy way to handle that.

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