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I found it quick and easy to go to Settings -> Mail, Contacts, & Calendars -> Add Account -> Other -> Add CardDAV Account (under Contacts). Type google.com as Server, then type your Google email as username, password and click Done. I had to use the application specific-password because I have a 2-step verification security setting with google but ...
I would suggest that you visit the Chrome store, get the GMail extension made by GMail, install it. Research how you find and open Chrome extension files on your disk. If I remember correctly the GMail extension has the option to make Chrome + Gmail the default Mac email application. You may learn something by exploring the code of that extension. It may ...
Unless you're dying to program this yourself, you should probably check out Webmailer. It does pretty much exactly what you're looking for — a handler for mailto links and other system email actions that will redirect them to Gmail, or whatever else you want (it can work with scripts or any URL you want to give it). It's no longer maintained, but I believe ...
A rather crude method: Use an applescript to export it to .ics on a regular basis, and ask it to put the output in your google drive folder. It will be available in Google Drive.
[repeating my comment as an answer to close the question] When you update a setting using defaults, it generally only affects the current user." http://commandlinemac.blogspot.com/2008/12/defaults-setting-preferences-from.html So I can just run defaults write com.google.Keystone.Agent checkInterval 0 on each of the non-admin accounts where the pop-up ...
I will go ahead and make a global answer: Extension for Safari Extension for Google Chrome Extension for Mozilla Firefox
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