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With Mastodon, it's a bit more interesting. When you add a Mastodon account from a server, Mixpost will automatically create an application for that server. Otherwise, you don't have to do anything.

But there are situations when you have to intervene manually. If we assume that you have changed APP_URL or APP_KEY and the Mastodon application on a certain server is no longer functional, you will have to create another application.

You can create it with the following command:

php artisan mixpost:create-mastodon-app {server} - where {server} is the server name.

For example:

php artisan mixpost:create-mastodon-app

After that, you will have to re-authenticate your accounts on this server.

For those who use Docker:

If you use docker, you will have to execute the command inside the container. For this, you need to log in to the container:

If you used our image from docker hub. You can log in like this:

docker-composer exec -it mixpost bash

or docker ps, and identify the mixpost container id docker exec -it {mixpost_container_id} bash