Here is a ABAP tutorial which would allow you to send mail to any external system from SAP. Ensure that you have all the required configurations done by the basis team to send the mail out. Well, you need to configure SAP Connect and you can check the status if you the mail was sent out successfully using SCOT. To test if the mail sending is working correctly just send a test mail from SAP Business Workplace (Tcode: SBWP). If you are able to receive the mail from it, then here is the ABAP code, which should work just fine. Check the post of sending email with attachment if that is your requirement.
* Data Declarations DATA: lt_mailsubject TYPE sodocchgi1. DATA: lt_mailrecipients TYPE STANDARD TABLE OF somlrec90 WITH HEADER LINE. DATA: lt_mailtxt TYPE STANDARD TABLE OF soli WITH HEADER LINE. * Recipients lt_mailrecipients-rec_type = 'U'. lt_mailrecipients-receiver = '[email protected]'. APPEND lt_mailrecipients . CLEAR lt_mailrecipients . * Subject. lt_mailsubject-obj_name = 'TEST'. lt_mailsubject-obj_langu = sy-langu. lt_mailsubject-obj_descr = 'Mail Subject'. * Mail Contents lt_mailtxt = 'This is a test mail'. APPEND lt_mailtxt. CLEAR lt_mailtxt. * Send Mail CALL FUNCTION 'SO_NEW_DOCUMENT_SEND_API1' EXPORTING document_data = lt_mailsubject TABLES object_content = lt_mailtxt receivers = lt_mailrecipients EXCEPTIONS too_many_receivers = 1 document_not_sent = 2 document_type_not_exist = 3 operation_no_authorization = 4 parameter_error = 5 x_error = 6 enqueue_error = 7 OTHERS = 8. IF sy-subrc EQ 0. COMMIT WORK. * Push mail out from SAP outbox SUBMIT rsconn01 WITH mode = 'INT' AND RETURN. ENDIF.