No Local internet? Here is a way to send emails with no internet connection.
I just connected to a winlink gateway 2572 miles away.
Winlink Vara Connection to W7EES-2
USB Dial: 14109*** Station Bearing: 041, Range: 2572 miles
W7EES-2 <-> WH6FXL
OREGON <-> HAWAII
20 Meters - USB Dial: 14109
Step one: Become a Ham Radio Operator
Step Two: Hook up a Transceiver to a PC
To be honest there are a lot of STEPS to get it to work. But it's cool once you do!
Winlink is a worldwide radio messaging system that uses amateur-band radio frequencies and government frequencies to provide radio interconnection services that include email with attachments, position reporting, weather bulletins, emergency and relief communications, and message relay.
Amateur radio users in each country follow the appropriate regulatory guidelines for their license. Some countries may limit or regulate types of amateur messaging (such as e-mail) by content, origination location, end destination, or license class of the operator. Origination of third party messages (messages sent on behalf of, or sent to, an end destination who is not an amateur operator) may also be regulated in some countries; those that limit such third party messages normally have exceptions for emergency communications. In accordance with long standing amateur radio tradition, international guidelines and FCC rules section 97.113, hams using the Winlink system are advised that it is not appropriate to use it for business communications.