Webhook for Office 365 Issue

Hey all, need some help with this. Trying to set an alert with an action to email a group in Office 365, but I’m getting the error message below. I’ve seen a few posts about this in the forum but I’ve still not been able to solve it the solutions they offered. Any help would really be appreciated.

java.io.IOException: Failed: HttpResponseProxy{HTTP/1.1 400 Bad Request [Cache-Control: no-cache, Pragma: no-cache, Content-Length: 49, Content-Type: text/plain; charset=utf-8, Expires: -1, Server: Microsoft-IIS/10.0, request-id: 8000325f-4640-4622-98a0-2cce4d03f11a, X-CalculatedFETarget: DM5PR15CU003.internal.outlook.com, X-BackEndHttpStatus: 400, X-FEProxyInfo: DM5PR15CA0059.NAMPRD15.PROD.OUTLOOK.COM, X-CalculatedBETarget: DM5PR16MB2247.namprd16.prod.outlook.com, X-BackEndHttpStatus: 400, X-AspNet-Version: 4.0.30319, X-CafeServer: DM5PR15CA0059.NAMPRD15.PROD.OUTLOOK.COM, X-BEServer: DM5PR16MB2247, X-RUM-Validated: 1, X-FEServer: DM5PR15CA0059, X-Powered-By: ASP.NET, X-FEServer: BN6PR19CA0109, Date: Thu, 25 Jul 2019 18:34:34 GMT] ResponseEntityProxy{[Content-Type: text/plain; charset=utf-8,Content-Length: 49,Chunked: false]}}

I’m able to curl -X POST and the hook works fine, but to me it seems like a formatting issue coming from Kibana.

If more info is needed please dont hesitate to ask

Dose kibana instance behind proxy ?
If so add the proxy parameters to the jvm properties file

-Dhttp.proxyHost=host_name Dhttp.proxyPort=port_number


Thanks for the reply, it turned out to be a formatting issue. We ended up setting up a custom hook and using Kibana to post json formatted information, and this worked for us.

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