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sbs 2011 exchange 2010 default receive connector settings

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Hi,

I've had a tech from the printer manufacturer modifying my default receive connector on my exchange 2010 (part of SBS2011 std edition), and now I have some problems but I don't know the default values.

Can someone with an unmodified default receive connector post or send me the screenshot with the options set?

For example I can no longer send my SBS network reports to e-mail adresses outside my domain.
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Davorin thanks for your reply but I would love to have them for SBS2011, I have other SBS2008 servers with default settings myself.
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