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Teams: Error when attempting to add new Incoming Web Hooks Connector

We are getting an error when attempting to add an Incoming Webhook connector to our Teams. It appears that it is happening across all our Teams no matter what channel it is. When we go to add a new Incoming Webhook connector we get an error that says, "Something went wrong. Failed to create webhook b2 URL for tenant..." followed by our tenant. Nothing else is given for the reason why. It looks like the existing Incoming Webhooks are working however there is an alert that says "Attention required" on them. We first noticed this happening yesterday.

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Hi @Emily-2095 ,

Thanks for reaching us!

We are investigating on this, will respond to you soon.

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I ran into this issue today as well. I confirmed permissions are good. This is what I see:

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Something went wrong.
Failed to create webhook b2 URL for tenant COMPANY_NAME
RequestId: 2c64c06c-1dbb-4e20-81f5-18e80e165f15
Server: BN6PR13MB1379
Date: 12/8/2020 7:17:10 PM



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I am glad that we are not alone. Our permissions are good as well. I reached out originally on Twitter and they mentioned that a release was recently done that might have broken this. No word on if or when it will be fixed.

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Hi @Emily-2095,

Could you please share your Connector Id and json schema that you are using. So, we can test and provide you better service.

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Emily-2095 avatar image Emily-2095 RamaMohanaCharyAkavarapu-4424 ·

@RamaMohanaCharyAkavarapu-4424 We can't even create a new connector to get an id or send the json. We fail with the generic error that "Something went wrong. Failed to create webhook b2 URL for tenant...."

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olympusat-jeremy avatar image olympusat-jeremy RamaMohanaCharyAkavarapu-4424 ·

If this helps, this error occurs when we try to setup the incoming webhook. Once we get to choose a name for the hook and the image, when you click next then you see the error.

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@Emily-2095 I tried this again today and it now seems to be working. See if it is working for you too

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I just checked again and it is working for us as well! Cheers!!

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Thanks, @olympusat-jeremy. It is good to know that a fix might have rolled out. I just tired a little bit ago and we are still seeing errors but I will keep trying.

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Hi @Emily-2095 , are you still facing the issue ?.

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Patrick-8083 answered ·

Just ran into this earlier this afternoon. No fix yet from what I can see.

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SharonZhao-MSFT answered ·

@Emily-2095,

As we are mainly responsible for general issue of Microsoft Teams, your question which is involved in development is not supported by us. It recommends you ask in Teams developer forum. You will get the most qualified pool of respondents, and other partners who read the forums regularly can either share their knowledge or learn from your interaction.

Moreover, some suggestions may be helpful to your scenario.

  1. Check if there is some error message in the health status of Microsoft Teams in Office 365 admin center > Health > Service health.

  2. Confirm with your IT admin if he creates a conditional access in Azure AD.


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