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There are plenty of printer apps available for Android. Some of them are manufacturer specific, others are more generic. Some only support network-enabled printers, but many also support printers attached to a computer (e.g. via USB), some even print via Cloud services. Not knowing your printer, I cannot give a specific recommendation – but the linked list ...
Would the easiest method be either A, screenshots and print as images, or B-copy SMS and share to media (dropbox, evernote) and then print from your Mac. There are also some applications that can backup your SMS to an excel file which you're able to open, manipulate then print.
Google Voice (the service) doesn't support this. Until Google adds this feature there's no way to do it. This limitation is not specifically noted anywhere official, to my knowledge. However, Voice receives group messages from supported carriers the same way it sends them - as independent messages - and this has been officially stated. Mayur Kamat (the ...
According to Google, this functionality is no longer available unless you enable group MMS. Unfortunately, MMSs are much more expensive for me and aren't displayed correctly on some older feature phones. Once again, Google doesn't care about non-Google communication protocols, possibly in an attempt to force people onto Google products or out of sheer ...
I think SMS over XMPP does exactly what you want.
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