Not exactly what you are looking for, but another approach would be not to add the disclaimer to messages that already contain it, replies and forwarded emails for example. You could do this by looking for a string in your disclaimer in the body text and only adding the disclaimer if that text is not there. There was another question about this late last year which has more details.
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Cisco Secure Endpoint (formerly AMP for Endpoints) is a comprehensive Endpoint Security solution designed to function both as a stand-alone tool, and as a part of the architecture of natively integrated Cisco and 3rd par...