Linux hidden files (prefixed with a period) are not included in Ifolder syncs.

The blunt trauma approach is to rename the directories, (.evolution (email)) and (.mozilla (Firefox)) without the preceding period.
The directories will now be visible to the ifolder client.

In order that Linux can locate these directories symbolic links (named as before ie .evolution) need to be created pointing to the target directory.

This will include Bookmarks and mail in our roaming "network profile", (great for migrations). But this broad brush approach, on Mozilla, also includes cache data.

It seems strange that such low level intervention is required for what is a world class business continuity solution.

In the absence of a configuration applet to make Bookmarks (KDE and Firefox), Mail etc, visible, maybe someone could recommend some best practices for the various Linux products wrt iFolder.