Removing a file that has an illegal filename
I wish I knew how this one happened, but fixing it is giving me nightmares.
At work, we run Spamassassin as a daemon under Exim. So far, so good. But recently, we got two spam emails in that look like this:
(The number string before the first underscore is something Exim adds.)
The issue is the " -C=US-" thing, which is a space followed by a -C. Every basic program on Linux, from cp to mv to rm is treating this as a command flag when it is not. This has totally screwed up my admin scripts.
Is there any way I can remove this file from the command line?