I have a problem with the Binance API. I use HTTP request from Integromat, but I always get the following error message:
“msg”: “Signature for this request is not valid.”
URL I use: https://api.binance.com/api/v3/account
I created the signature with HMAC SHA256 and verified it via this website: https://www.freeformatter.com/hmac-generator.html#ad-output
I used this example (https://dev.binance.vision/t/faq-signature-for-this-request-is-not-valid/176) and compared the output code, it matches exactly, so mine should be correct too.
I requested the timestamp from Binance via HTTP request and added +1000 milli seconds.
I don’t understand why I still get this error message although the SHA256 hash is correct.
Does anyone have any idea? Attached are a image from integromat.
I have got a debug msg in ansible in the below format:
“Output: test output “,
“ABC: some text “,
“Location: test location “,
“URL: https://www.google.com ”
Now I want to retrieve the URL value from the above output, which i will use in rest of the ansible script. How can i get this URL which is “http://www.google.com”, in this exact format? Please help.
I really need your help in solving a problem! Apparently, my knowledge is not sufficient to find a solution.
So, I have some msg files that I have already created and saved. Now I need to write a function that can help me create pdfs from msg files (there will be many of them).
So far I’m getting this
@staticmethod def from_file(fname): with open(fname, "rb") as f: message = BytesParser(policy=policy.default).parse(f) return Email(message) def to_pdf(self, fname, directory="./path/to/emails/in/pdf"): mail = mailparser.parse_from_file_msg(self.message) body = weasyprint.HTML(self.message.as_string()) with open(filename, "wb") as f: f.write(body)
Of course there is a run function with the filenames (paths) for input(.msg) and for output (.pdf).
I’d be very grateful for your help!
I’m looking for a way to open .msg-files, that are saved under our sharepoint online, directly with outlook (so I can reply, forward etc.) in stead of opening a preview in the browser (just like our word and Excel files). Does anyone know how to fix this?
I need to forward an email in Outlook as attachment.
But, the recipient is not supposed to know from whom I received the email in the first place. This, information, plus many more, are visible when opening an Email in Outlook, then clicking, ‘File’, ‘Info’, ‘Properties’, reading under ‘Internet headers’.
Actually, I want the receipient to have no metadata at all.
The formating and the attachments of the email need to be preserved.
I could not find a way to remove this ‘Internet headers’ or any other metadata.
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I have the following script and I'm still getting errors when it runs.
USE (master) GO If Not EXISTS (Select loginname from (master).(dbo).(syslogins) Where name = 'xxxx' and dbname = 'xxxx-xxxx') BEGIN CREATE LOGIN (xxxx) WITH PASSWORD=N'xxxxx', DEFAULT_DATABASE=(xxxx-xxxx), DEFAULT_LANGUAGE=(us_english), CHECK_EXPIRATION=OFF, CHECK_POLICY=OFF ALTER LOGIN (xxxx) ENABLE END GO USE (xxxx-xxxx) ALTER USER (xxxx) WITH DEFAULT_SCHEMA=(db_datareader) ALTER ROLE (db_datareader) ADD MEMBER (xxxx) ALTER ROLE (db_datawriter) ADD MEMBER (xxxx) ALTER ROLE (db_owner) ADD MEMBER (xxxx) GO
I have tried several permutations of this script without success. It does create the login, but it does not allow me to alter the properties of "user" or "role". When I can make it work without errors, it does not make changes to the user's profile.