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I currently don't have an answer as to why your Kyocera only accepts 7 characters of your password but I have a simple fix that could solve your issue. Just access your email first using a computer then change your password from 9 characters to 7 characters long. In this way, once you set up your Kyocera and enter your email password, it would accept it and would be able to receive your emails.
Hope this helps.
Posted on Mar 25, 2011
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