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I need a script to update the mail attribute of some users in ADS

just would like two fields in the CSV account name and new email address
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Import-Module ActiveDirectory

$Users = Import-CSV C:\pathToFile\users.csv

$Users | % {

  Set-ADUser $_.accountName -Email $_.EmailAddress

}

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have you got a sample CVS for that script please?
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Attached is an example CSV...
sample.csv
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