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Altering values in Exchange 2007 by Set-MailContact

@all:
I have now another "problem" with altering existing records.

If I want to change for multiple users one value of a field according the value in an ascii export from another tool.

So the command in the ps I use is this:

Import-Csv d:\import\KES-Liste.csv | ForEach
{
    Set-MailContact -Identity $_.Alias -CustomAttribute1 $_.BenutzerdefiniertesAttribut1
}

the values in the KES-Liste.csv are this
Nachname,Vorname,Name,Anzeigename,ExterneEMailAdresse,Alias,Organisationseinheit,Benutzerdefiniertes Attribut 1,Benutzerdefiniertes Attribut 2,Benutzerdefiniertes Attribut 3
Sample_N,Sample_SN,KES Sample_N Sample_SN,KES Sample_N Sample_SN,Sample_N@hotmail.com,KOESample_NSample_SN,OU_Sample,Unit_1,Unit_2,Unit_3

With that I get the following hint:

WARNUNG: Der Befehl wurde erfolgreich abgeschlossen, es wurden jedoch keine
Einstellungen von 'domain.local/OU_Sample/KES Sample_N Sample_SN' geändert.

Which means something like:
Warning: The command was completed successful, although no settings of  'domain.local/OU_Sample/KES Sample_N Sample_SN' were changed.

No more hints from the ps why nothing was changed. The values in the csv are definitely different to them in the AD.

Some more hints????

Tanks a lot in advance.
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konga-fritesAuthor Commented:
OK. Thank You guys - got it myself. Mismatch in the header line of the csv-file (there were some blanks left).
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