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Yes, you can store your Google files on your own computer by using Google Drive offline. See here: https://support.google.com/drive/bin/topic.py?hl=en&topic=1628465&parent=2811739&ctx=topic. Only caveat is that you have to use the Chrome browser or Chrome OS. Enabling offline use will download all the files to your computer so you can have ...
These options are cumbersome if you are just trying to same one particular message. When you are looking at the message, got to "print". When you print the message, choose a different option that the default printer. I chose "PDF creator" This saves the file as a .pdf document.
My Mac app, CloudPull, can back up your Google accounts. The app backs up Gmail, Google Contacts, Google Calendar, Google Drive, and (until the shutdown) Google Reader. (Full disclosure: I am the developer of CloudPull.)
There are some very good services from Google for accomplishing user auditing on all Google services. Google basically stores stuff in an Atom feed that lets you play back changes. This will help you get access to all data on any Google service how you requested it: Admin APIs But if you are interested in real auditing tool, I recommend the Vault. Which is ...
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