mandrillctl

Commandline interface for managing the Mandrill web service. Note: This has _nothing_ to do with MailChimp - different Mandrill.

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mandrillctl

Command line tool for managing a Mandrill server. Mandrill is a front-end web service for Munki. If you've never heard of either of these products, you probably don't need mandrillctl.

Installation

You'll probably want to install this in your path (which is /usr/local/bin/ after node is installed), which requires sudo.

sudo npm install -g mandrillctl

Requirements

Both mandrillctl and Mandrill can only run on OS X hosts. Development has been done on 10.9 with no testing on older versions as of v0.6.0. While there is a very good chance they will both work on older versions of OS X, no promises are made.

Still thinking about trying this on a linux server? Don't. It will break and then mock you in front of your friends. Seriously. It won't stop until you cry.

Usage

Once you've got mandrillctl installed, the first thing you'll probably want to do is use it to install Mandrill.

sudo mandrillctl --install

By default, Mandrill is configured to use port 80. If you've already got a server on port 80 (and you probably do if this is your Munki server), you should change that port to something else:

# 3001 is just an example
sudo mandrillctl --set-http-port 3001

Lastly, Mandrill is configured to use http://localhost when listening for OAuth responses, which is again, probably not what you want.

sudo mandrillctl --set-http-host http://mandrill.example.com

Starting & Stopping Mandrill

It's just like it sounds:

sudo mandrillctl --start
sudo mandrillctl --restart
sudo mandrillctl --stop

Upgrading Mandrill

When a new version of Mandrill comes out, all you need to do to install it is run:

sudo mandrillctl --upgrade
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