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Hi,

I login to my O365 portal, click on "OneDrive", click "Share with Everyone", click "Share" and specify the name of the person to look at my files.  

However, the person do not receive an email about this.

I am new to O365.  Can someone advise where I should check?

Thanks.
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When you share a document, make sure to click on "Show Options" and see if the "Send an email invitation" checkbox has not been unchecked.

The mail should be sent both to the person you are trying to share with, and to you (in cc). Do you receive the notifications or?
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The "Send an email invitation" is checked.  

I added myself and I do not receive any mail.
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