SBS2011 Network Reports failing to email

Hello all,
I have a number of SBS2011 machines that are failing to send the daily network reports.
I’ve done some troubleshooting already and cannot resolve it, thus this post.
Neither the scheduled report nor the “generate and e-mail report” method work.
When I try the “generate and e-mail”option, I get the error “An error has occurred while sending this report.  As a result, some of the recipients will not receive this report in e-mail”
The following error is also logged in the file C:\Program Files\Windows Small Business Server\Logs\MonitoringServiceLogs\DataServiceComponents.log
[16568] 141022.113000.4756: Messaging: MessagingTaskException: The operation couldn't be performed because object 'NT AUTHORITY\SYSTEM' couldn't be found on SBS.DOMAIN.local'. - Error# (80006)
I’ve read various other posts in this forum and only one post was close but it wasn’t resolved despite someone marking it as resolved after suggesting to run SBS BPA.  BPA has been run on this server incidentally and it’s clean.  I’ve also followed
the instructions to manually repair the reporting services from the Microsoft blog.  Re-created ok but still no joy.
The error message from the DataServiceComponents.log suggests it’s a permissions issue but I don’t know how to resolve it.
I read that the SBSMonAcct account must be enabled for these reports to work yet one of the servers that we maintain that IS sending these reports via email to external addresses has this account disabled (yet the email still comes from
[email protected]).  So I am thinking that this account is irrelevant? It was disabled by default on our internal SBS and I tried enabling it but still no joy.
Anyone got any suggestions?  Much appreciated.

Hi, apologies for the late reply, I've finally got time to follow this up.
I've unmarked Susan's reply as answer until I have actually fixed it.  The linked info seems relevant but isn't hitting it on the head.  
Reports cannot be generated manually, they fail whether manual or scheduled.  The receive connectors appear fine and are configured correctly.  The "Default SERVERNAME"
receive connector is still there and is untouched since the initial fresh install of this server.  I verified the config is as per;
and
I will try the fix my network wizard out of hours on our own server and update this post later.

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