You could, of course, highlight them and send them as attachments to a new message (by selecting Forward Items from the context menu). You could, of course, open each message and forward it individually.
If neither option appeals to you, Outlook can help you out with a folder and a rule. Yes, you'll copy the aspiring forwardees to a special folder and have an Outlook rule forward them individually and automatically.
Forward Multiple Messages Individually in Outlook
To have Outlook forward a heap of messages individually for you:
- Create a new folder. (Call it "Forward" perhaps.)
- Copy all messages you want to forward to the "Forward" folder.
- Make sure the "Forward" folder is open.
- Select Tools | Rules and Alerts... from the menu.
- Click New Rule....
- Highlight Check messages when they arrive.
- Click Next >.
- Click Next > again, leaving all conditions unchecked.
- Click Yes.
- Make sure forward it to people or distribution list is checked under Step 1: Select action(s).
- You can alternatively check forward it to people or distribution list as an attachment to forward messages not inline but attached.
- Click people or distribution list under Step 2: Edit the rule description.
- Double-click the desired contact or list from your address book, or type the email address to which you want to forward under To ->.
- Click OK.
- Click Next >.
- Click Next > again.
- Make sure Turn on this rule is not checked under Step 2: Setup rule options.
- Now make sure Run this rule now on messages already in "Forward" (if you named the folder "Forward").
- Click Finish.
You can delete the rule and the "Forward" folder if you want.