Allow the full version of Outlook Web Access (OWA) to be used in Chrome/Chromium in Linux, FreeBSD, and OSX.
The problem: Microsoft Outlook Web Access sniffs the User Agent HTTP header* to see if the user is using Windows and delivers a poorer experience without.
The solution: OWA-User-Agent is a simple plugin for Chrome that replaces the Linux UA string with one that is marked Windows so that full OWA can be used from within Linux and possibly OSX.
This is open source software. Sources available here:
No changes needed -- if the OWA URL contains /owa/ then it will work. Tested against two different enterprise installations of OWA.
* For exactly this reason, the W3C considers user agent sniffing to be bad practice.