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A simple utility written in Go to send custom messages to Office 365 Groups (+ Teams channels)
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O365 Notify is a simple app to send messages to an Office 365 Group (including a Microsoft Teams channel).


This utility posts messages to a Office 365 Group or a Teams channel via the use of "Incoming Webhook" Office 365 connector. Check here for instructions on how to implement it on your Teams channel and here for an Office 365 Group.


You need to setup some env variables in order to use this utility.

  • O365_WEBHOOK: this is the webhook url (required)
  • O365_MESSAGE: message you want to send (plain text). This is the message that will be sent if O365_ADAPTIVECARD is equal to the empty string
  • O365_ADAPTIVECARD: the adaptive card message you want to send. If this env variable is set, the O365_MESSAGE is ignored

If you want to run this utility in your shell:

# will send a simple "Hello world" message
O365_WEBHOOK=<GUID>@<GUID>/IncomingWebhook/<GUID>/<GUID> O365_MESSAGE="Hello world" ./o365-notify


# will send an adaptive card
O365_WEBHOOK=<GUID>@<GUID>/IncomingWebhook/<GUID>/<GUID> O365_ADAPTIVECARD="{\"@type\": \"MessageCard\",\"@context\": \"https:\/\/\/extensions\",\"summary\": \"Issue 176715375\",\"themeColor\": \"0078D7\",\"title\": \"Issue opened: \\\"Push notifications not working anymore\\\"\",\"sections\": [{\"activityTitle\": \"Miguel Garcie\",\"activitySubtitle\": \"9\/13\/2016, 11:46am\",\"activityImage\": \"https:\/\/\/images\/MSC12_Oscar_002.jpg\",\"facts\": [{\"name\": \"Repository:\",\"value\": \"mgarcia\\\est\"},{\"name\": \"Issue #:\",\"value\": \"176715375\"}],\"text\": \"There is a problem with Push notifications, they don't seem to be picked up by the connector.\"}],\"potentialAction\": [{\"@type\": \"ActionCard\",\"name\": \"Add a comment\",\"inputs\": [{\"@type\": \"TextInput\",\"id\": \"comment\",\"title\": \"Enter your comment\",\"isMultiline\": true}],\"actions\": [{\"@type\": \"HttpPOST\",\"name\": \"OK\",\"target\": \"http:\/\/...\"}]},{\"@type\": \"HttpPOST\",\"name\": \"Close\",\"target\": \"http:\/\/...\"},{\"@type\": \"OpenUri\",\"name\": \"View in GitHub\",\"targets\": [{\"os\": \"default\",\"uri\": \"http:\/\/...\"}]}]}" ./o365-notify

Whereas you should use this command if you want to use the Docker container:

docker run -e O365_WEBHOOK=<GUID>@<GUID>/IncomingWebhook/<GUID>/<GUID> -e O365_MESSAGE="Hello world" dgkanatsios/o365-notify:0.0.1

In Brigade

You can easily use this utility inside Brigade hooks:

const {events, Job} = require("brigadier");

events.on("push", (e, p) => {

  var o365 = new Job("o365-notify-notify", "dgkanatsios/o365-notify:0.0.1", ["/o365-notify"]);

  // This doesn't need access to storage, so skip mounting to speed things up. = false;
  o365.env = {
    // It's best to store the webhook URL in a project's secrets.
    O365_WEBHOOK: p.secrets.O365_WEBHOOK,
    O365_MESSAGE: "Message Body",

Inspired by project technosophos/slack-notify.

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