Can I perform an HTTP POST and monitor the results?
Yes. Simply edit an existing HTTP sensor, or create a new one, and place a value in the HTTP POST Data field.
This will trigger a POST request instead of a GET request, and the contents of the field will be sent as the body of the POST request.
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