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How to revert from beta back to normal channel

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Hi, somehow I am in the beta channel of Thunderbird (version 72). The Thunderbird program keeps crashing (as for beta). I would like to revert to the normal distribution of 68.4.1. The problem is that after installing the normal 68.4.1 version, I am getting this error:

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How can I migrate the profile from beta channel to normal version of Thunderbird?

Hi, somehow I am in the beta channel of Thunderbird (version 72). The Thunderbird program keeps crashing (as for beta). I would like to revert to the normal distribution of 68.4.1. The problem is that after installing the normal 68.4.1 version, I am getting this error: https://user-media-prod-cdn.itsre-sumo.mozilla.net/uploads/gallery/images/2019-08-10-20-43-19-c24fb8.png How can I migrate the profile from beta channel to normal version of Thunderbird?

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Try this: Windows key+R, type thunderbird.exe -p --allow-downgrade

This will bring up Profile Manager and a list of installed profiles. If all your data is in the one that was used in 72, select it and it should open with 68.

You may decide to create a new profile with 68, and then copy your mail, address books etc. from the old profile to the new one. In that case, 68 would open the new profile without needing the downgrade argument.

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Try this: Windows key+R, type thunderbird.exe -p --allow-downgrade

This will bring up Profile Manager and a list of installed profiles. If all your data is in the one that was used in 72, select it and it should open with 68.

You may decide to create a new profile with 68, and then copy your mail, address books etc. from the old profile to the new one. In that case, 68 would open the new profile without needing the downgrade argument.

Try this: Windows key+R, type thunderbird.exe -p --allow-downgrade This will bring up Profile Manager and a list of installed profiles. If all your data is in the one that was used in 72, select it and it should open with 68. You may decide to create a new profile with 68, and then copy your mail, address books etc. from the old profile to the new one. In that case, 68 would open the new profile without needing the downgrade argument.
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Worked. Thank you.

Worked. Thank you.
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