If you want an account on marauders, send email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
All access to email on marauders is given via secure methods. At this point there are three ways you can check your email: 1) POP over SSL 2) IMAP over SSL 3) WebMail
POP will download all of your mail from the server. If you are going to check your email from only one computer and wish to keep all of your mail, use POP.
Use "mail.ibl.org" as the name of your POP server, and make sure that you specify that this POP server needs a secure connection. POP over SSL uses port 995, if your client is using port 110 then you have not configured your client properly.
IMAP leaves your email on the server. If you plan on checking your email from a variety of places (including webmail), then you should use IMAP.
Use "mail.ibl.org" as the name of your IMAP server, and make sure that you specify that this IMAP server needs a secure connection. IMAP over SSL uses port 993, if your client is using port 143 then you have not configured your client properly.
If you want to use a web browser to check your email, there is a web-based email client available. To connect simply point your browser at http://webmail.ibl.org.
WebMail uses an SSL connection, so the entire session is encrypted (including your password). Most likely your browser will inform you that it does not know the identity of the IBL secure server. You can follow your browser's instructions for loading the certificate, or simply tell your browser to allow the secure communication each time you check email. If your browser will not allow you to connect, or if you cannot figure out how to load the certificate, you can follow these instructions.
If you use your own email client, it most likely will ask you for an SMTP host for outgoing email. You should choose whatever SMTP server your ISP is providing for outbound mail.
Alternatively, you can configure your mail client to use mail.ibl.org as your outbound SMTP relay, provided it is capable of authenticated SMTP connections. Authenticated SMTP is operational on ports 25 and 587 and requires SSL/TLS encryption.