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No, the encoding/unencoding would have to happen in the receiing service.
there should be a drop down in the Webhook configuration that lets you select the type of "Request Token Encoding:" encoding. Looks like it should be Set to "Form/Url" in your case.
Heh- thanks DJ. Learn something new every day- and now I can stop writing encoding manipulation in my webhook scripts.