How to change Mautic URL for your subdomain

Last modified: 25/09/2020
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Powertic offers a temporary address, but you can change the Mautic URL to your own subdomain by adding a CNAME record in your domain’s DNS zone.

This DNS zone usually is on your hosting panel, like Godaddy, Bluehost or Cloudflare.

Example:

Name/Host/AliasTTL*Record TypeValue/Answer/Destination
mautic.mydomain.com3600CNAME5d486aa201472.powertic.ca

Remembering we offer your Mautic URL on our Mautic listing page.

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After adding the CNAME record in the DNS zone of your domain you need to access the Portainer and also adjust the values ​​of VIRTUAL_HOST and LETSENCRYPT_HOST in the ENV tab of the Mautic container.

Here’s a step by step:

1) Log in to Portainer to access, enter the IP of your VPS server in the browser, and add port 9000 at the end (eg: https://192.168.0.1:9000).

To find the login data access powertic.com/en/mautics, select “Installation Instructions”, on the screen that opens scroll down the page until you see “Access to Portainer”.

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1.5) Select “location”

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2) Select the “local” endpoint

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3) On Dashboard select “Containers”

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4) On the page that lists the containers, select the one that corresponds to Mautic

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5) On container select “Duplicate / Edit”

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6) Scroll down the screen and select the “ENV” tab

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7) In VIRTUAL_HOST and LETSENCRYPT_HOST lines, fill in the values ​​with the subdomain without https:// (eg: mautic.mydomain.com), then select “Deploy the container” and in the pop up that appears select “Replace”

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8) Open the Mautic home screen through the subdomain you created (you may have to wait until the DNS propagation is complete) and log in to the platform

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9) Open the settings

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10) In general settings, enter the subdomain with https: // (eg https://mautic.mydomain.com) and click to save

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By following these steps you will ensure the correct functioning of your Mautic in your preferred subdomain.

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