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4 hours ago, Vijay Kumar Sharma said:

wasn't sure how to interpret that.

 

Right, sorry. As a rule, whenever you see an SSL error (or any other kind of "can't connect to server" error), the problem is with the network or the website/server and there's nothing a workflow author can do about it (unless they also run the server).

 

It's still worth reporting the issue if it persists for more than a few days, but this kind of error is very rarely something a workflow's developer can address: it's not their stuff that's broken, and they won't be able to do anything about it or tell you much more than the error message already does.

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