You have a couple of options:you can update webhook so it always returns 200, regardless of the message it receives. This won't work if the webhook URL is incorrect. For example, if you set up the webhook to live at https://exmple.com when it really lives at https://example.com and you don't have access to https://exmple.com. if you have an API key, you can update the webhook to be non-transactional. Setting up such an API key is a critical part of common configuration. if someone has an active session in the admin UI, they can also modify the configuration to make the webhook non-transactional.