|You obviously didn't quite grasp what I meant so I will try one more time....|
You can do it if you have a VPN between you and the domain. But, that puts you inside the domain, not outside of it. Physical location has little to do with whether or not you're "inside" the domain. Take where I work for example, we have 5 physical locations and every one of those locations is "inside" the domain as we have either dedicated fibre optic lines between sites, or encrypted VPN tunnels established between sites. However, we also offer an open wireless network within our physical locations that gives you ONLY internet access. Which is to say, you can whip out a laptop, connect to it and surf the web but you have no internal access to internal resources. If you fire up the VPN software on your laptop, you can then access internal resources and are in effect sitting inside the building (domain) and then have to go out and come back in again.
I think the big problem here is you don't speak the language good enough to understand what I'm trying to tell you.