The Straight Answer to your Question is No. The People who you are intended won't Get that mail unless they have a mail id with .com extension.
Internet e-mail address is a string of the form firstname.lastname@example.org, which is known as a Fully Qualified Domain Address (FQDA). The part before the @ sign is the local part of the address, often the username of the recipient, and the part after the @ sign is a domain name.
Coming to domain names .
A name that identifies a computer or computers on the internet. These names appear as a component of a Web site's URL, e.g. www.yahoo.com. This type of domain name is also called a hostname.
the above are they are not same website domains they are different website Domain name (may be from different ISp providers).
When send a mail email@example.com, your Mail isforwarded to your smtp server which inturn checks for the existence of the target Mail ID. (First it finds Target domain and the checks for Existence of Local part of the Mail There)
if both exist then you mail is forwarded to the smtp server of Target domain from there it put the mail in the Target's In box.
Now if you have mistyped .org for .com, then the target domain name itself gets changed so the mail is Forwarded to different domain's smtp server not to your Expected Domain. so mail is send to another person if the both domain name and Local part of the mail Id exist. or else you will get a Mail Deliver failure message in your inbox from oyur Smtp server. so Mail will not be send to the so intended person unless he have mail ID with same localpart or username in the mistyped domain (that is www.somedomain.org).
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