Step 1: Build the flow
- In the Admin Console, go to Workflow > Workflows Console.
- In the Workflows console, click New Flow. Or, if you have a folder where you’d like to store the flow, open it and click Create a Flow Now.
- Click Add New Event, and then select Okta from the menu of applications.
- In the Okta events menu, select User Suspended.
- If you haven’t connected your Okta account yet, click New Connection.
- In the Admin Console, go to Applications > Applications.
- Select Okta Workflows OAuth.
- In the Sign On tab, copy the Client ID. Return to Workflows console and paste it into the Client ID field in the New Connection window.
- In the Sign On tab, copy the Client Secret. Return to Workflows console and paste it into the Client Secret field in the New Connection window.
- In the Workflows console, enter your domain name, without
http://, in the New Connection window.
- Click Create.
- If you’ve already connected your Okta account, you may be prompted to authenticate your connection. Sign in with your Okta credentials.
- In the Workflows console, click Function, and then select Compose.
- In the Compose card, type the following message:
Hello, the user with username was suspended in Okta (leave a blank space after username.)
- Drag and drop the Alternate ID field from the Okta - User Suspended card to the blank space in the Compose card.
- In the Workflows console, go to Add Another > App Action.
- Select Office 365 Mail from the menu of applications, and then choose Send Email from the actions menu.
- If you haven’t authenticated your Office 365 account, complete the prompt steps.
- In the Send Email card, enter your email address into the To field.
- Drag and drop the output from the Compose card to the Body field of the Send Email card.
User Suspended Notification in the Subject field of the Send Email card.
- Click Save, and then name your flow. Be sure to select Save All Data.
- In the Workflow console, toggle the Flow is OFF switch to ON.
Step 2: Trigger the flow