[gmime] Updated docs

commit d03c85e64eb270917aadc63052f3fc308b141d6f
Author: Jeffrey Stedfast <fejj gnome org>
Date:   Mon Mar 20 08:28:58 2017 -0400

    Updated docs

 docs/reference/filters.sgml |   10 ++++------
 1 files changed, 4 insertions(+), 6 deletions(-)
diff --git a/docs/reference/filters.sgml b/docs/reference/filters.sgml
index 4d3d2e8..e45d71d 100644
--- a/docs/reference/filters.sgml
+++ b/docs/reference/filters.sgml
@@ -16,8 +16,8 @@
     filters to it.</para>
     <para>GMime comes equipped with some basic filters such as
-    GMimeFilterBasic, GMimeFilterCharset, GMimeFilterCRLF,
-    GMimeFilterFrom and GMimeFilterHTML.</para>
+    GMimeFilterBasic, GMimeFilterCharset, GMimeFilterDos2Unix,
+    GMimeFilterUnix2Dos, GMimeFilterFrom and GMimeFilterHTML.</para>
     <para>The GMimeFilterBasic filter is actually a collection of
     filters for common transfer encodings used by MIME. So far, it is
@@ -32,10 +32,8 @@
     <para>A common conversion needed for text is CRLF -> LF and LF ->
     CRLF which is needed for most (all?) internet protocols. Luckily,
-    GMime comes equipped with a filter to handle this for you,
-    GMimeFilterCRLF. You'll notice that GMimeFilterCRLF can also
-    handle dot-escaping, which is especially useful for SMTP
-    (rfc821).</para>
+    GMime comes equipped with a set of filters to handle this for you:
+    GMimeFilterDos2Unix and GMimeFilterUnix2Dos.</para>
     <para>On Unix systems, mail often resides in spools in mbox
     format. Mbox uses a line that starts with "From " to delimit

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