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how sending an email from a local network to the internet works

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Please details/steps on how sending an email from a local network to the internet works.
Thank you very much.
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Can you expand on what you are looking for here?

Do you want to know the technical description on how email works?

Or do you need to know how to setup an email account on the network you can use to send emails to external parties?
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