From looking at the documentation for Mautic, it’s required to set up a couple of cronjob in order for Mautic to work properly. This was not the case with older versions, please be aware this only applies to version 1.1.2. Which is the latest release as of this date.
Before getting started you have to make a patch to the source code, you can see the conversation on why this patch is required. You can find the patch on github. After setting up the patch, then you can continue with the simple setup of a cronjob with the crontab. If you want to learn more about cronjobs see the Ubuntu documentation.
In this file, you are going to have to add the following lines.
NOTE! PLEASE CHANGE THE PATH TO YOUR SETUP
This file will execute the following commands every minute, depending on your resources available to the server this might be ok or not please double check with your system administrator. Since this is a test server it’s fine for me but in production, I would probably do something around every 30 minutes. Now save that file and you are ready to go!
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